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Kitty Hawk Woods Maritime Forest Kayak Tour

Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest Kayak Tour

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Enjoy the Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest Kayak Tour for a world class kayaking experience. This tour leaves kayaking from our store in Kitty Hawk and explores the North Carolina Coastal Reserve, one of the few intact maritime forest environments on the Outer Banks. On this kayak tour we see many reptiles such as snakes and turtles, as well as many …

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Physical Education Field Trips

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PE was never this much fun while learning something new. All of our kayak tours begin with paddling instruction, boat steering techniques, safety protocols and a description of the tour area and route. Then we hop in the boats and practice our strokes, turning, breaking and paddling backwards. Now we are ready to venture off onto the tour and observe …

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Nags Head Woods Ecological Preserve Field Trip

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This is the crown jewel in our kayaking program for those who want to hike and paddle. Visit the Nature Conservancy’s Nags Head Woods and hike a ½ mile to the launch site. Then paddle the Roanoke Sound through protected salt marshes and visit Run Hill State Preservation Area. This location is also ideal for water quality experiments, salt marsh …

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Oyster Reef Restoration Paddle Field Trip

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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 …

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School Field Trips - Pea Island

Pea Island Salt Marsh Tour Field Trip

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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 …

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