Alligators. Stingrays. Sea turtles. River otters. All kinds of fish, from highly prized gamefish to rare exotic species. Plus the largest collection of sharks in the entire state.
Greetings from the Outer Banks where it is another wet and dreary day. At least those of us here are only getting rain due to the warm temperatures. We feel for those folks up the east coast digging out of another snowstorm. Keep in mind spring is just a month away, and summer will be here before you know it.
How would you like to soar over sand dunes, fly high above sea and shore, and enjoy thrilling bird’s-eye views of lush fields and sparkling waters?
Good Monday from the Outer Banks. It is time for another Memory Monday photo submission to take center stage, and this week we have two pups at the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. We call this week’s photo Lighthouse lookouts.
When you hear the words “Kitty Hawk,” what comes to mind?
If you’re like most of us, you probably think of the Wright Brothers, the world-famous flight pioneers who flew the first powered airplane just a few miles away at a site now called Kill Devil Hills.
Greetings from the Outer Banks on this first day in February. We got rain over the last 24 hours whereas all of our neighbors to the north seem to have gotten a lot of snow. Another reason to consider a winter getaway to the OBX! Just like Lisa and Greg did as you will see with this week’s picture.
If you’ve ever seen loggerhead sea turtles, you know just how amazing they are. Endearingly shy and gentle, these graceful aquatic creatures have beautiful heart-shaped shells covered with gorgeous markings. No wonder they’re among the most recognized – and best loved – turtles on earth.
Remember the old scouting motto, “Be prepared”? It comes in handy when you’re planning your Outer Banks family getaway. After all, the better equipped you are, the more you’ll minimize inconvenience and maximize your fun.
Greetings from the Outer Banks on this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. We welcome a new year and a new set of photo memories to share with you in 2021.
It covers less than two square miles, with a population right around 1,500. Yet Manteo, North Carolina, is one of the liveliest spots in the entire Outer Banks.