A rare influx of Arctic owls last winter was an education bonanza. Snowy owls, the largest owls in North America, feed both during the day and at night, so they were easy to spot in the dunes and fields of coastal Delaware.
Although accommodations at the Lewes naval station during World War I were rough, the men and women who served there did have access to pleasant diversions such as a YMCA facility on the base and a USO center in Lewes.
Somthing in the air? A Millsboro-area couple observed this rotating configuration of lights one summer night in 2013.
Delaware Beach Life recently won awards for work published in 2013 in the annual International Regional Magazine Association competition. Congrats to Lynn Parks, Mary Ann Benyo and Kevin Fleming for their individual honors. The fourth award named us a Finalist in the “Magazine of the Year” category.
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