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.
Hatteras Island opens to visitors today (9/16) at 3pm. While the trip this weekend (9/22(23)) should run from Hatteras, the status of our Inlet is still unknown. We will keep you updated! We are full this weekend but still have space on all other fall trips – Check out the schedule here
THANK YOU to everyone who sent us emails and messages checking up on us and making sure we were safe! We were very lucky here on Hatteras! Now we extend our concern to the south and west of us as many still continue to deal with Florence and her aftermath. Be safe!!!! We are keeping you in our thoughts.
Spring 2018 was amazing! On May 29 we encountered & photographed a Tahiti Petrel – possibly the first to be seen in the Atlantic Ocean, not to mention NC…read the report here! (photos by Kate Sutherland)
Summer / Fall Schedule is UP! Click here for the page! All trip reports since 2012 are up on our blog (click the link on the menu bar above to see photos from hundreds of trips)
Spring is the best time to see Fea’s Petrel here off Hatteras, but they can be around in Summer too!
We saw Great Skua on all seven of our trips in Winter 2018!
White-faced Storm-Petrel below by Kate Sutherland – read about the August 28, 2016 trip!
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