Paws vs. Claws

Susan Selig ClassenSusan Selig Classen has been living, writing, and editing on the Outer Banks for over ten years. Her other published work includes articles in AOPA Pilot, Convention South, and [...]

A Winter Kitten

I’ve always thought there were two kinds of people when it came to the pet world. There were cat people, like my sister, Liz, whom I kind-of-affectionately call “the crazy cat lady.” She actually [...]

She is the Egg Mom

Evelyn Rollason slips on her colorful chicken boots and heads to the henhouse with a wire basket and a container full of salad scraps tucked under her arm. Her babies, as she likes to call them, [...]

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 [...]

It’s Turtle Season

With record number of sea turtle nesting this year, please be mindful and respectful of their locations. It is mostly common sense and “wildlife courtesy,” but these 5 Ls sum up much [...]

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 [...]

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