Birds and the beach? You don't say.
Wed, Jul 01, 2009 at 11:41 PM
Hey guys! I hope everyone in North Carolina is doing extremely well and enjoying the summer. It's very hot so make sure you drink plenty of water and wear that sunscreen. The Mother Nature Network notified me of an incredible opportunity in the Wrightsville Beach area. We have so many colorful and exciting birds here in Wilmington. You can take a guided tour of the Mason Inlet Waterbird Management. According to www.ncaudubon.org
, "Audubon North Carolina staff are helping people get close-up looks at these amazing birds through guided tours of the Mason Inlet Waterbird Management Area. The tours run from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. every Friday through September and are open to the public." The staff will lead you on a guided walk and tour along the bird sanctuary that is protected from the outside world. The sanctuary serves as a shelter for the beach-nesting birds. The sanctuary is located near the Atlantic Ocean and is managed by Audubon North Carolina and the wonderful staff that works there with you. "Please bring sunscreen, a hat, water, and binoculars if you have them."
To find out more information about this wonderful guided tour and the opportunity to see these wonderful energetic birds of the beach, call the number listed below or visit the website and take these ecotours to see for yourself.
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