Lionfish: Intruders Of The Deep

As Marc Corbett worked his way down to the E.M. Clark shipwreck off Cape Hatteras with the dive anchor, he spotted the perfect place to escort the other divers on his charter. He reached for a [...]

Lionfish Is On The Menu

With their venomous spines and distinctive zebra-like stripes, the lionfish may not be the first type of fish many think of when planning their menu. In fact, the invasive species to the Atlantic [...]

Raising Bees by the Sea

Beekeepers come from all walks of life. They are coaches, teachers, artists. It doesn’t really matter what their profession is – the bees call to them, drawing them into their sweet world in the [...]

A Festival of Flight: Wings Over Water

When Kenn Kaufman first visited the Outer Banks in 1973, he and a friend hitchhiked to get here, hoping to spot some rare birds that had been reported in the area. He was 19 at the time, but the [...]

Fins Up!

A day on the water with Outer Banks Center for Dolphin Research On a sunny, breezy day toward the end of May, a pontoon boat bounces across the whitecaps on the Roanoke Sound, heading south from [...]

Species Spotlight: Turtles

May 23 is World Turtle Day, and what better way to celebrate than to talk about some of the awesome reptiles that call eastern North Carolina home? Everyone is probably familiar with the [...]

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