From trip leader Bill Stewart:
“Visiting Stone Harbor Point in March is the epitome of watching the seasonal transitions move from winter into spring birding. Lingering waterfowl abound, punctuated by loons and the offshore northern movement of gannets, all the while, newly arrived Piping Plovers scurry back and forth along the shoreline. American Oystercatchers continue to call out their presence amongst thousands of shorebirds transitioning into their breeding plumage. Harbor seals are a regular visitor as well as the first of the year Laughing Gulls. Walking this mile long stretch of barrier peninsula holds many surprises, none quite as memorable as in the month of March.”
On Saturday, March 10, Bill will lead this traditional trip for the Delmarva Ornithological Society, and Delaware Dunlins families are invited to participate.
The trip departs at 7:00am from northern Delaware. Birding will take place until mid-afternoon. Pack a bag lunch lunch and dress for the weather.
Interested participants must contact Bill to register. Please contact him at 610-864-0370 or at firstname.lastname@example.org