Birding

Birding Sites in Kent County

Delaware’s Quaint Villages have something for outdoor enthusiasts and animal lovers alike. The Delaware Bay has over 16,250 acres of wildlife refuge, making it the perfect spot for bird watching and getting fresh air while on vacation. Stroll along stretches of wetland while snapping shots of native Delaware bird species. Had enough exercise, or want to relax during your stay? Take the car out for a spin and roll the windows down as you cruise through the wildlife refuge, taking in each peaceful moment.

Abbott's Mill Nature Center 

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge

Blackbird State Forest Park

Browns Branch County Park 

St. Jones Reserve 

 

 

 

 


 

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Abbott’s Mill Nature Center

Abbott’s Mill Nature Center

Abbott's Mill Nature Center features beautiful trails that take the visitor through a lush deciduous and Atlantic White Cedar woodlands. Sections of the…

Blackbird State Forest

Blackbird State Forest

The northernmost state forest in Delaware, Blackbird totals more than 5,400 acres, and features a mix of oak, yellow-poplar, maple, gum, and hickory trees…

Browns Branch County Park

Browns Branch County Park

Browns Branch includes 38 acres of forested floodplain and 40 acres of former tilled uplands, with the latter being converted to active recreation such as…

St. Jones Reserve

St. Jones Reserve

The St. Jones Reserve component of the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) is located on the north shore of the St. Jones River, off Kitts…

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