We offer pelagic trips from Hatteras, North Carolina to explore our near shore, dynamic ecosystem formed by the combination of the Continental Shelf edge & the Gulf Stream Current.
All trip reports are up on our blog (click the link on the menu bar above) – thanks to everyone who joined us this year!!!!
SWINHOE’S STORM-PETREL June 9, 2017!! Read about the trip HERE!!
The Blitz was a success in spite of three days on land! We ended up with 12 species of tubenose, including Trindade & Fea’s Petrel plus European Storm-Petrel! We also had Red-billed Tropicbird, Brown Booby, Brown Noddy, and Bridled Tern. Plus all three jaegers and a South Polar Skua! Not to mention the NINE species of cetacean…it was an amazing Blitz! The spring 2017 lists are here: Spring 2017 Totals
Click on the species name to read the blog post about that trip!
**EUROPEAN STORM-PETREL on May 21, 2017 trip! Photo by Brian Patteson! Read about the trip here!
White-faced Storm-Petrel below by Kate Sutherland – read about the August 28, 2016 trip!
Subadult Brown Booby July 25, 2015 photo below by George Armistead
WOW – Bermuda Petrel May 25, 2015! Around the boat for long period of time! Photos & trip report for this, and other Spring Blitz trips, are on our blog – click on link above!!
If you would like some help with birding on land while you are on the Outer Banks, try getting in touch with Jeff Lewis in Manteo. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and he would love to take you birding