Absent as a Pennsylvania breeding bird since the mid-1950s, two pairs of federally endangered Great Lakes piping plovers returned this year to nest.
DNREC’s Divisions of Parks & Recreation and Fish & Wildlife announced today that stretches of ocean beach between Gordons Pond and Herring Point and beachfront along the oceanside of The Point…..
Much to the relief of everyone (biologists and user groups alike!) the 2016 Piping Plover saga at Island Beach State Park has come to a successful conclusion.
Stretch of beach at Gordons Pond in Cape Henlopen State Park will close starting June 13 to safeguard first nest of piping plovers found there this season.
The training session will begin with a slideshow followed by a discussion on the monitoring program and how volunteers can help…
DNREC’s Divisions of Parks & Recreation and Fish & Wildlife announced today that a stretch of ocean beach between Gordons Pond and Herring Point on Cape Henlopen has been reopened following the…..
On the Point at Cape Henlopen, three piping plover nests have full four-egg clutches and are being incubated, while a fourth pair of plovers is still laying eggs, with a full clutch expected soon.
one of the earliest piping plover nests on record in Delaware, with egg-laying typically starting in early May.