Enhance your photography skills
and gain a better appreciation for how nature changes through the seasons in
this new program! Participants will
select a location on the refuge and photograph plants, wildlife, and landscapes
every month. Images will be printed and
displayed in our auditorium to showcase nature’s seasonal transitions. Take this opportunity to learn new skills and
share your enthusiasm for nature photography with others! Bring your own camera or borrow one of
Please join Dr. Joan Maloof, the Founder and Director of the nonprofit organization Old-Growth Forest Network, for tonight’s lecture. Her organization has created a network of forests across the US that will remain forever unlogged and open to the public. In her presentation she will discuss what remains of these never-logged forests and what makes them so special – including the latest scientific findings. She will also discuss the successful expansion of the Old-Growth Forest Network – an organization formed to ensure that each county in the US capable of supporting forest growth will preserve at least one forest open to the public. We welcome you to join in this discussion of special forests and how they might be saved for the next generation.
Join us on a nature hike along some of the trails through the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Led by an experienced naturalist, the group will examine the mushrooms found along the trail. The outing is well suited for the whole family; please do not, however, bring family pets on the walk.
Today if the last day to submit your photographs for the 2016 Delmarva Photography Contest & Exhibition. Please submit your photographs to the refuge office before the end of today. The refuge office address is 11978 Turkle Pond Road, Milton, DE 19987. Submitted photographs will be judged by professional photographers during the week of October 17, 2016. Winners will be announced and awards given at a reception for the artists and the general public to be held in the refuge auditorium on Sunday, October 23, 2016, from 2:00pm-4:00pm.
The public use area of Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, which includes the Visitor Contact Station, will be closed all day on Saturday, November 12, 2016, due to deer hunting. Only permitted hunters will have access to the Headquarters Area. Please plan your visit accordingly. For more information, call the Refuge office at (302) 684-8419.
Today is the last day to view some of the best nature photography in the region. Photographs highlight the Beauty of Prime Hook, Delmarva Scenery, Native Birds, Other Native Wildlife, and Native Wildflowers and Plants. Today is also the last day that visitors to the exhibition can vote on their favorite photographs as part of the “People’s Choice Award.” The photos will be on display in the refuge auditorium.
The public use area of Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, which includes the Visitor Contact Station, will be closed all day on Saturday, January 21, 2017, due to deer hunting. Only permitted hunters will have access to the Headquarters Area. Please plan your visit accordingly. For more information, call the Refuge office at (302) 684-8419.
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