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Wildlife Viewing

Delaware’s coastal expanses and still-wooded rolling hills present year-round opportunities for seeing nature and wildlife in their raw beauty, from the world-class migratory bird sanctuaries along the Delaware River to the wind-swept dunes of Cape Henlopen State Park. Many sites feature special-built observation areas; others make it easy to view nature from the comfort of your car.

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St. Jones Reserve and Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve

  • 818 Kitts Hummock Road
  • Dover, DE 19901
  • Phone: (302) 739-6377
  • Region: Central
Parking: In the parking lot in front of the main building. The 5,119-acre St. Jones Reserve, located along the St. Jones River and the Delaware Bay, is the headquarters for the Delaware National see more »

Ted Harvey Wildlife Area

  • Kitts Hummock Road
  • Dover, DE 19901
  • Phone: (302) 284-1077
  • Region: Central
Parking: Designated parking lots outlined on wildlife maps. This wildlife area consists of over 2,600 acres of natural area consisting of tidal marsh, forest and agricultural fields dedicated to see more »

White Clay Creek State Park

  • 750 Thompson Station Road
  • Newark, DE 19711
  • Phone: (302) 368-6900
  • Region: Northern
Parking: There are 8 day-use parking areas in White Clay Creek State Park. 3,600-acre state park is largely undeveloped except for trails. White Clay Creek runs for 4 miles through Delaware. Most see more »
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Delaware Convention & Visitors Bureau
99 Kings Highway | Dover, DE 19901