Prime Hook threat

    The horseshoe crab and the shorebirds have lived inside it’s borders for almost 50 years, it is one of the best examples of the balance of nature.  The Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a stopping point for migratory birds. It’s also the barometer we use to look at the wear and tear along the Delaware coast line.

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    Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge
    There is also a pamphlet available online that describes the changes that threaten the make up of the refuge.

     

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