Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Bird Walk

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Bird Walk


Trip Leaders: Margaret Rohde & Kristy Morley

Join us at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, a 15,978-acre National Wildlife Refuge located along the eastern coast of Kent County, Delaware, United States, on Delaware Bay. It was established on March 16, 1937, as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory and wintering waterfowl along the Atlantic Flyway. With over 250 species reported on eBird, we’re bound to find something special.

Note that an entry fee is required to enter the refuge. Buy your pass in advance here or bring $4 cash.

This is a full-day trip, so bring lunch and plenty of water for the day.

A Note About Our Field Trips:
We encourage participants to regularly check both the Wyncote Audubon Society website and Facebook page in advance of a field trip as the meeting location can change due to road construction, a park closure, weather conditions, or other last-minute circumstances. If you have any questions about a field trip, please contact: Plan to arrive a few minutes before the scheduled time of the field trip. The time stated is the STARTING time, not the arrival time. This will give you time to get yourself ready, say hello, visit a restroom, and be ready to go. For all-day trips, please come prepared with lunch and have a full tank of gas.

PARTICIPANT RELEASE: Audubon field trips or events signify that I agree to not hold the Wyncote Audubon Society or any of its agents responsible for any accidents, losses, damages, or injuries resulting from my participation in the field trip or event.

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