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February 2018

March Will Roll In Like An Angry Lion

They say March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb or the other way around. Well the bar has been set, she is getting it all in the beginning of this month, like a pride of angry lions.  We are starting off March first, tomorrow, with a big nor'easter like storm.  Coastal flood watch, High wind watch and almost a dozen other…
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Weekly Beach Clean Ups Will Start On March 11

We are starting the weekly beach clean ups for 2018 this march on the 11th at 9 AM.  I was going to start this coming weekend but the winds are gonna be crazy and well ... I hate windy fishing, which is even worse when you are trying to find trash in a sandstorm.  Last year the DSF clean up crew racked up hundreds of volunteer hours…
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Want To Help The Inland Bays? Then Take This Survey

Tell us YOUR concerns about the Inland Bays! This brief survey will help the Center focus on your community’s concerns relating to the health of the Rehoboth, Indian River, and Little Assawoman Bays –and the land surrounding them. As a token of our appreciation, each participant that includes their mailing address will receive:…
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Delaware State Park Passes Required In March

The winter free for all is over in Delaware Start Parks.  Every year in the winter the parks are wide open to any and all that would like to visit them, this starts on November 30th.   Some of the in-park features are not open to the general public without a pass or entrance fee, such as the Brandywine zoo.  The parks themselves…
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Point at Cape Henlopen to close March 1 for 2018

DNREC announces the Point at Cape Henlopen to close March 1 for 2018 beachnesting season   LEWES (Feb. 26, 2018) – DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation today announced that the Point at Cape Henlopen State Park, including a stretch of ocean beach and dunes, and a half mile along the bay shoreline, will close beginning Thursday, March…
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Look Up At The Humanity Star On Friday

The Humanity Star will pass over Delaware on Friday morning.  What is the humanity star?  It is a geodesic dome satellite that was launched into orbit on January twenty-first. Covered in highly reflective  panels, this causes it to appear like it is blinking rapidly as it passes across the night sky.  It will be brighter than the…
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Delaware State Parks Upgrades More Air Stations

Last week Savages Ditch air station across from the Faithful Steward crossing was closed to replace the air hoses.  That has been completed and the air station is open again, it only took a couple of days.  By the way the area on the bayside is called Savages Ditch, the dune cross over or drive on access road is Faithful Steward,…
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Got Shrimp?

If you are looking for a great bait, then grass shrimp is on menu. The tidal creeks, especially at low tide are loaded with shrimp and the fish are going nuts for them.  This warm up has really gotten mother nature stirred up, even the peeper frogs are out again, in February.  White perch and all the usual freshwater suspects are…
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