Erika birds through the rain to see her first Prothonotary Warbler.
Tag: outer banks
Valentine’s Day Snow Geese
A Valentine’s Day adventure to the Outer Banks in search of Snow Geese.
ESC, student life, students
Pumping Up My Photography
Kneeling on a dirt path in Duke Gardens, I leaned close to the yellow flower. In one arm I held my camera, in the other a reflector I had borrowed from the photography instructor. IfContinue reading
coasts, ESC, forests, internships, student life, students, travel
A Few Feathery Reasons to Bird the Outer Banks: My Cuckoo Morning
It was my first ever professional conference. As a Stanback Intern at The Conservation Fund, I was attending the North Carolina Land Trust Assembly spring meeting, held in Salter Path of the Outer Banks. InContinue reading
Exploring the Outer Banks for the First Time: Day Two
This article is a continuation of Exploring the Outer Banks for the First Time: Day One 7:00 a.m. Time to rise and shine. Cell phone alarms buzzed us awake just as the sun was risingContinue reading
coasts, conservation, ESC, oceans, student life, students, travel, water
Exploring the Outer Banks for the First Time: Day One
I had heard the hype about the Outer Banks. Books, movies, articles, and word of mouth all led me to believe that the Outer Banks was one of the most beautiful places south of theContinue reading