Flamingos on the Outer Banks? Southern visitors make their way to Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge

Hurricane Idalia was instrumental in relocating groups of American flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber) from their Florida homes. Pea Island National ...

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Soggy Doggy Pool Party returns to Outer Banks Family YMCA for an afternoon of tail-wagging fun

As the dog days of summer wind down, the Soggy Doggy Pool Party returns to the Outer Banks ...

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Connecticut man dies after being pulled from the ocean in Nags Head

An Enfield, Connecticut man, 36, died after being pulled from the ocean in Nags Head Wednesday evening. According ...


On the Water

Endless summer: Jessica Wallace back on the Outer Banks after surfing her way around Australia

By Daryl Law Surfers and contest officials were treated to “epic” conditions with chest to head high hollow, ...

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On the Water

‘Turn Back’ grounds on Cape Hatteras National Seashore just north of Oregon Inlet

The National Park Service has reported the grounding of a boat along the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. According ...



Ohio man dies in water-related incident off southern Hatteras Island

The National Park Service has reported the Tuesday morning death of 68-year-old man from Hillsboro, Ohio in a ...



Washington, DC woman dies in Avon water-related incident

The National Park Service has reported that a 28-year-old woman from Washington, D.C. died Monday afternoon, September 4, ...

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On the Water

Port Condition Yankee set for Port of Wilmington, Morehead City due to Hurricane Idalia

The U.S. Coast Guard has announced that the captain of the port of North Carolina set Port Condition ...


On the Water

Ocracoke Express service suspended, NC Ferry Division expects additional schedule impacts from Idalia

The North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Ferry Division announced Tuesday it is expecting significant schedule impacts system-wide beginning ...

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On the Water

Commercial red snapper fishery now closed

NOAA Fisheries and North Carolina Marine Fisheries both announced the commercial harvest of red snapper in federal and ...

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