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Tour of Prime Hook NWR Tidal Marsh Restoration Project

Time: Saturday, April 7 - 2 PM (approximately 3 hours)

Meeting Place: Prime Hook NWR Visitor Center (11978 Turkle Pond Rd., Milton, DE 19968)

RSVP: Susan Guiteras <susan_guiteras@fws.gov>


Take a guided tour of the large tidal marsh and beach restoration project recently completed at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Refuge staff will be on hand to provide background information, explain the planning and science behind the restoration design, and describe the construction efforts and lessons learned. The tour will consist of a driving tour with several stops along the way for discussion and short walks, including on the newly restored beach. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather. Limit - 18 participants

James Farm Ecological Preserve Tour

Time: Thursday April 5th - 3 PM (Approx. 3 hours)

Meeting Place: James Farm parking area (30048 Cedar Neck Road, Ocean View, DE 19970)

RSVP: Marianne Walch <science@inlandbays.org>


The 150-acre James Farm Ecological Preserve, managed by the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays, is an oasis of wild land on Indian River Bay. From the sandy beach at low tide, over three miles of trails traverse a variety of salt marsh, meadow, and maritime forest habitats. The preserve was gifted by the late Mary Lighthipe, a descendant of the James family who had farmed the land for generations, on condition that the property be used for environmental education and recreational activities. On this tour we will walk the trails, discuss ongoing improvements to the preserve, and participate in a fish seining activity. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather. Limit - 20 participants

Boat Tour of Rehoboth and Indian River Bays

Time: Saturday April 7th - 2 PM (Approx. 3 hours)

Cost: $20/person

Meeting Place: Indian River Marina (39415 Inlet Rd, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971)

RSVP: Marianne Walch <science@inlandbays.org>


Join staff from the Delaware Center for the inland Bays on a tour of the Bays, with focus on the Center's work to protect and restore estuarine habitats and improve water quality. Wear warm clothing and be prepared for a potentially wet ride. Tour subject to cancellation if the weather is too bad. Limit - 10 participants

Broadkill River Kayak

Date:  Saturday April 7th - 2 PM

Cost ($0)

Meeting Place:  Memorial Park in Milton


Join David Yozzo on an informal kayak/canoe tour for a few of hours on the upper (freshwater tidal) Broadkill River (from the Memorial Park in Milton, near the Dogfish Brewery) on Saturday afternoon. This trip is a "BYOB" (Bring your Own Boat and/or Booze) affair. There is a local outfitter that could provide you a kayak but you would need to contact them yourself to rent.  https://www.questkayak.com/rentals


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