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GO TERPS! (Follow that Turkey)

Written on: August 27th, 2015 in Guest BlogSt. Jones Reserve

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 and photos today are brought to you by M.L. Christmas and her recent adventures to the Reserve and Ted Harvey Wildlife Area.  Enjoy! (Maggie Pletta, […]


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Every Bird a Star

Written on: May 11th, 2015 in Guest BlogSt. Jones Reserve

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 and photo today are brought to you by M.L. Christmas and her thoughts on birding.  Enjoy! (Maggie Pletta, DNERR Education Coordinator & Blog […]


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What Does a Fox Really Say?

Written on: February 3rd, 2014 in NERRSt. Jones Reserve

The other day I was out walking around the Reserve capturing photos for our program.  As I walked toward the boardwalk I heard a loud “bark” and knew a fox was nearby.  I began thinking about that fox and the famous song “What does the fox say.”  I have to say I have never heard a fox […]


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Destination: Jobos Bay, Puerto Rico

Written on: January 30th, 2012 in Education & OutreachNERR

It’s been a fairly mild winter; however, I do find myself daydreaming of warmer places.  The National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) has 28 Reserves around the United States and its territories of which the Delaware NERR is apart.    One of the Reserves I have wanted to visit is Jobos Bay in Aguirre, Puerto Rico.  […]


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Rescuing a Feathery Friend

Written on: December 22nd, 2011 in ResearchSt. Jones ReserveStewardship

Many people living on the coasts and near oceans have heard of seabirds.  Some of these birds are what scientists call pelagic which means that they live mostly in the open sea or ocean; however, they will come to land to breed.  That is why it was such a surprise to see one of our researchers bring […]


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