We will carpool to the south side of Indian River Inlet and probably head to the jetty first. We'll look for birds in the inlet and under the bridge and then make our way to the dune crossing where the DOS seawatch will be set up. Targets are northern gannet, scoters, loons, grebes, great cormorant, Bonaparte's gull and late terns with the potential for an alcid. After the Inlet we may go to other areas of Delaware Seashore SP and/or Silver Lake. (Photo by Dick Plambeck)
On Sunday, November 11, 2018, at 2 pm, come to the Moorings at Lewes to hear Ed Crawford's presentation on "Birding the Mayan Ruins of Yucatan from the Caribbean to Palenque." The two week trip in January and February 2018, combined exceptional birding with the exploration of four of the most fascinating cities in the Mayan world: Chichen Itza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Uxmal, Calakmul and Palenque. The presentation will combine great photos of the local birds as well as photos and information on Mayan civilization and the existing culture.