The 38th annual Coast Day returns on Sunday, Oct. 5, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine, at the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes.
This year’s Coast Day theme, “...more
Why do fiddler crabs have one claw so much bigger than the other? What kinds of fish are found in Delaware Bay? These are the kinds of questions that visitors to Coast Day can have answered at the event’s critter touch tanks.
Coast Day is on Sunday, October 5th at the University...Read more
For years, commercial eel and whelk fishers have dealt with a dilemma: They know the best bait to attract eel and whelk, locally known as conch, is a female horseshoe crab. However, harvest limits are in place to protect the Delaware Bay’s horseshoe crab population and the threatened migratory...Read more
Delaware communities are susceptible to a variety of natural hazards. Additionally, communities face an increasing degree of uncertainty related to the impacts that future climatic conditions may have on their areas. This toolkit was developed to assist communities in identifying planning,...Read more