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Pardon Our Mud

Written on: May 26th, 2015 in Blackbird Creek ReserveGuest BlogResearchStewardship

To add variety to the blog and to offer a fresh perspective from our visitors, we are inviting guest bloggers to write posts describing their visits and thoughts while at the reserve.  The guest blog is brought to you by Alison Rogerson, Program Manager for the DNREC’s Wetland Monitoring and Assessment Program.  Enjoy! (Maggie Pletta, DNERR Education Coordinator […]


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An Internship Beyond Expectation

Written on: August 2nd, 2013 in Blackbird Creek ReserveNERRResearchSt. Jones Reserve

By: Akida Ferguson Working as an intern at the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) has been a rewarding and exciting experience. As an intern I have been able to garner hands-on experience in the field I intend to be employed. Working closely with Mike Mensinger, an Environmental Scientist at the Reserve, I have been […]


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A day in the life of a horseshoe crab biologist

Written on: June 4th, 2013 in ResearchSt. Jones Reserve

Have you ever wondered what it might be like to be a horseshoe crab biologist? Well, I have the wonderful opportunity to be one!   A typical day begins at 8 am loading equipment at the St. Jones Reserve to a chorus of chirping birds and tree frogs.  What does a horseshoe crab biologist use?  We […]


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Movie stars at the St. Jones Reserve

Written on: November 9th, 2012 in NERRResearchSt Jones Events and ProgramsSt. Jones Reserve

Did you see the movie stars at the St. Jones Reserve this past Saturday?  They attended the premiere of the new St. Jones River video entitled The Price of Progress…The Promise of Protection in which they starred.  The 20-minute video explored the St. Jones River through time. The river is both rich in natural history […]


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Shhh…there is a secret in the marsh!

Written on: June 13th, 2012 in ResearchSt. Jones Reserve

When I was approached by one of our researchers to assist with the Secretive Marsh Bird survey I had to ask, “Are we secretive or are the birds secretive?”   I know you were thinking the same thing.   I was quickly informed that the birds are the ones who are secretive.  They include birds such as […]


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