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I love the Dupont Nature center. So much info about the area and the wildlife. Beautiful there. They also tell much about the unknown Indian Tribes that lived on shore.
Definitely if you're in or passing through Slaughter Beach you should stop here (otherwise I wouldn't make a special trip). There are displays, etc. explaining all of the local wildlife unique to this area. There was also a live stream video from across the bay...更多
DuPont nature center has observation glasses to look through at the many shorebirds on the sandbars near the center. They also have a mounted camera, which, using a joystick, you can adjust to help you see the birds from within the center. They have informational...更多
What a wonderful little center! I went during game shorebirds migration time and the birds were amazing. Since it is a refuge viewing is from a distance with binoculars or the long distance telescopes on the deck. Inside there's a live bird cam and a...更多
We were told time and time again to visit this nature center especially if we wanted to see the Red Knots. Well we came during operating hours and no employees showed up. We checked the website and it said the place would be open. People...更多
The DuPont nature center is That’s one of the best places to see migrating shore birds in the spring, when they stop over on the Delaware Bay to fatten up on horseshoe crab eggs on their way to nesting grounds farther north. We were there...更多
Extremely interesting center with excellent films especially on horseshoe crabs, good exhibits. Free, donations welcome. Great to visit in spring/May...更多
We enjoyed the historical information presented by the Nature Center. The Staff of volunteers don't seem too friendly, as there were 3 on-duty and none welcomed our group or asked if we had any questions. But, at least they are volunteering, so that's a good...更多
We took our 10 year old granddaughter and she had a great time, as did we. A pleasant stroll through the woods on a boardwalk and inside the facility offers many interesting species of local wildlife.