Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest Kayak Tour

Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest Kayak Tour

The Kitty Hawk Woods Maritime Forest Kayak Tour is hands down one of the best family ecotours experiences to be had on the islands of the OBX. A beginner friendly environment explores a calm, glassy creek that meanders through the natural glory of one of North Carolina’s largest track of deciduous maritime forest habitat.

Prices

$45.00 for Adult
$30.00 for Child 12 and under
 

Oyster Reef Restoration Paddle Field Trip

Oyster Reef Restoration Paddle Field Trip

[pullquote3 align=”center”]We can organize a paddle out to some restored oyster reef in the Pamlico and Albemarle Sounds to observe real oyster reef restoration projects.[/pullquote3]

We can also incorporate a service component where we “recycle” collected old oyster shells by adding them to the reef. Students can see first hand the role oyster reefs play in coastal water quality and underscore the importance of environmental conservation and activism. This location is also ideal for water quality experiments, salt marsh and wetlands observations and presentations from the Department of Fish and Wildlife officials that we can coordinate. Sediment sampling, estuarine health and federal environmental protection discussions are also a great fit for this tour.

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Pricing

Please call us at (252) 261-0145 or 1 (866) 702-5061 for the latest and most accurate pricing.

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Pea Island Salt Marsh Tour Field Trip

Pea Island Salt Marsh Tour Field Trip

[pullquote3 align=”center”]This tour explores the salt marshes sound-side in the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.[/pullquote3]

We frequently spot ospreys, pelicans, herons, egrets, ibis, terns, rails, skimmers, wrens, and warbles just to name a few. During the winter months this location is particularly abundant with migrating ducks, swans, geese and other water foul. We will tour the salt marshes of the Pamlico Sound and visit the old bridge joining Hatteras Island to the Northern Outer Banks across the now closed New Inlet. This location is also ideal for water quality experiments, salt marsh and wetlands observations and presentations from the Department of Fish and Wildlife officials that we can coordinate. Sediment sampling, estuarine health and federal environmental protection discussions are also a great fit for this tour.

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Please call us at (252) 261-0145 or 1 (866) 702-5061 for the latest and most accurate pricing.

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