Plovers thriving at Cape Henlopen

Plovers thriving at Cape Henlopen.

State environmental officials say it’s been a good summer for piping plovers.  DNREC says counting the chicks or fledgling were difficult because they were hiding out in thick beach grass.  A survey done in the last week of July found five pairs of adults tending to 10 chicks. 

 

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