Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge2591 Whitehall Neck RoadSmyrna, DE firstname.lastname@example.org
From the North - Philadelphia Area Take I-95 South into Delaware. Take Route 1 South (Christiana exit) (toll road $1.00). From Route 1 South take exit 114 (Smyrna- South exit, toll $.50).RT 13 North will be a right turn at the end of the exit ramp at a traffic light. Turn right at the next light onto Road 12 East (Smyrna-Leipsic Road) and proceed until it merges with Route 9 South (5 miles). Stay on Route 9 South.Turn left onto Whitehall Neck Road which ends at the refuge entrance.
From the South - Washington, DC Area Take I-95 North to Washington, DC Beltway. Take Route 50 East over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Take 301 North. Take Route 300 East to Smyrna. Take Route 13 South. Turn left on Route 12 East (Symrna-Leipsic Road) and proceed until it merges with Route 9 (5 miles). Stay on Route 9 south. Turn left on Whitehall Neck Road which ends at the refuge entrance.
From Dover, Delaware Take Route 13 North. Turn right onto Route 42 East into Leipsic. Turn left onto Route 9 and proceed north for 2 miles. Turn right onto Whitehall Neck Road which ends at the refuge entrance.
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Birds of prey, or raptors are specifically suited to their lives as hunters. Their strong legs and powerful grasping feet with sharp talons help them catch and kill prey. Hooked bills help tear the meat. Hawks, falcons, eagles and owls are an important part of the balance of nature because they help keep insect and rodent populations in check.
The winter is a good time to look for a variety of raptors. Northern harriers fly over the salt marsh and fields. Look for the eastern screech owl sitting in the hole of a wood duck box. Bald eagles, red-tailed and Cooper's hawks can be spotted on tree branches.