Prime Hook threat

    Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge covers 10,000 acres just off the Delaware Bay and provides shelter to thousands of critical bird species.  A long delayed conservation plan to protect the refuge from significant threats is finally about to be issued. First Look examines the issues facing the refuge, and how the area’s natural beauty can be protected.

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    Find more information about Prime Hook
    View a pamphlet describing the changes that threaten the make up of the refuge. 
    The refuge will host the Horshoe Crab Festival on May 26 in cooperation with the town of Milton. Activities include guided canoe trips on the Prime Hook Creek, refuge tours, trail walks, games and more. The festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


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