Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge

Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge Photo
Noted for migratory waterfowl and staging area for tundra swans. Home to 234 species of birds, including nesting bald eagles.  Nature trails, picnic areas, observation decks.
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1730 Eastern Neck Rd
Rock Hall, MD
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Rated 5 by Michael B

December 01, 2016

Michael B

Chesapeake waterfowl in abundance

In decades past, the Chesapeake was noted for the huge flocks of waterfowl (geese, swans and ducks) that came every winter to escape the ice and snow of Canada. Thanks to improving water quality and...

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Rated 5 by COREEN B

November 12, 2016


Much to explore.

During hunting season the refuge may close for the day so check first. The boardwalk was closed when we were there in mid October. Very disappointed. There are paved and gravel roads. We walked...

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Rated 4 by katbruce1989

October 25, 2016


Some areas closed. Beautiful park

We visited in October 2016 and found that the boardwalk overlook trail out to the bay was closed. We were disappointed but the other trails more than made up for it. Gorgeous views of the Chester...

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