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Wonderful views of the bay. Despite the blistering heat we were still able to see lots of ospreys and herons really close up. The couple staffing the visitor center that day were friendly, informative and a pleasure to meet (and the air conditioning offered a...More
Walked down Boxes Point trail through replanted pines and wetlands/marsh to the edge of the water. We saw herons, lots of little frogs, snakes and buzzards. We wore 100% DEET and long pants etc, because we read the warning about ticks,but we found 15 deer...More
Depending on what types of migrating birds you may be looking for. Late Fall is great as there are hundreds of Tundra Swans. Take binoculars or spotting scope. Many types of ducks as well. Very rural environment, old farm land.
We have been coming to Rockhall annually for 8 years and somehow never knew this gem of a place was here. Beautiful scenic trails and drives. Fantastic bird watching. And the butterfly gardens were just inspiring! We will definitely be back next year!
This is a national wildlife refuge located on the Chesapeake Bay outside of the town of Rock Hall. Deer, wild turkeys numerous species of birds including Ospreys and Bald Eagles populate the area. Enjoy recreational areas, hiking trails, butterfly trails,observatory platforms and fishing off the...More
I volunteer at the Eastern Neck bookstore twice a month at which time I tour the Refuge by myself and at my leisire. This time I was a visitor with my wife, daughter and grand kids (10 & 12) on the Sunday of Memorial Day...More
We were there on Memorial Day weekend. It was about 90 degrees and humid. The birds had enough sense to hunker down somewhere. All we saw were red wings. The museum was minimal. The staff was quite helpful and friendly.