We offer pelagic trips from Hatteras, North Carolina to explore our near shore, dynamic ecosystem formed by the combination of the Continental Shelf edge & the Gulf Stream Current.
One dark Trindade Petrel & 2 Fea’s Petrels plus 7 other tubenose species, 2 jaegers, and phalaropes seen on May 18!! Click on the link to our Seabirding Blog (above) for the trip report, list, and photos!!
1745 May 21 – we just had ONE SPACE open on the May 26 & 31st trips – Please email or call us if you are interested! email@example.com or call Brian before 9pm (252) 986-1363
Check out our 2013 Schedule by clicking on the “Calendar” to the right or “Schedule” above – please note: May 27, 28, 30 & June 1 are FULL; June 8th is FULL (5/23/13)
Trip reports, lists, and photos will be posted daily on our blog http://seabirding.blogspot.com/ Following are some images from springs past…
Bear with us as we make this shift to a newer website! The link to our old website is above to the right, please feel free to look over trip lists, etc. until we get our database up and running! Also check our blog for 2012 trip lists and reports. We know there are still a few glitches to work out, be patient!!