DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is in need of volunteers to help ensure diamondback terrapins are able to nest and reproduce safely this spring.
Bombay Hook National Refuge The program will present live birds of prey species that live locally or migrate through the region. Experience these raptors up close and in person. Learn about the uniqueness of this group of birds and why they have been admired for centuries. Participants will come eye to eye with a […]
What is gardening for wildlife, how do you do it and how do you get your garden certified? Join Lori Athey, Habitat Outreach Coordinator from the Delaware Nature Society to learn all about it. A Free event sponsored by the Red Clay Valley Wildlife Habitat Community and Wild Birds Unlimited. Takes place at Wild […]
Do you love your wildlife habitat? Do you wish more people had wildlife habitat? Do you want to help others create wildlife habitats? Classes are forming now for Habitat Steward Training in New Castle County. This fun, three-day training will focus on wildlife habitat creation in the residential garden and will include site analysis, […]
Capture the beauty of Delaware flora and fauna and enter to win the 2016 Nature Photography Contest at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge.
A Delaware Seashore State Park program. Explore the shorelines of Thompson Island Nature Preserve while paddling a sit-on-top kayak. A park naturalist will guide participants around the preserve while identifying wildlife and discussing the Native American connections to the land. Ages 16+. Pre-registration and previous paddling experience required. Please call (302)227-6991 to register. $40 […]
Set mom and dad loose to have dinner along Wilmington’s Riverfront while you stay at DEEC and have all the fun. Parents receive a coupon for Timothy’s Riverfront Grill. This month, Whoosh! Try your luck at catching DEEC’s dragonflies with insect nets. How many different species can we find? Meets at DuPont Environmental Education […]
All ages program learning about Delaware bats in Rittenhouse Park on South Main Street. bat stories bat anatomy crafts sing batty songs play a bat game live bat observation at dusk This program is free, but you need to register in advance online at www.cityofnewarkde.us/play or by calling 302-366-7000. The activity number 1414-206.
Explore the DuPont Nature Center’s live animals and exhibits before heading outside to learn more about the importance of the salt marsh ecosystem. Working in teams at the Cedar Creek bridge and boat ramp, participants will use a dip net and a bucket to catch and identify live aquatic species that live in the […]