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DNREC to Close Mulberry Landing Boat Ramp in Sussex County Temporarily for Expansion and Paving of Parking Lot

DNREC announced the March 6 closure of the Mulberry Landing Boat Ramp near Bethany Beach for a construction project to enlarge and pave the boat ramp’s gravel parking lot, with the project’s completion anticipated by April 14, dependent on weather.




Delmarva Fox Squirrel Recovery and Species Restoration in Delaware Continued During 2022

Delmarva fox squirrels now have three new homes in Sussex County as a result of translocations during 2022 to the Assawoman Wildlife Area, Redden State Forest and Trap Pond State Park, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today.




DNREC Set to Begin White Creek Dredging Project

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today that dredging is expected to begin just after the New Year on the main channel of White Creek and a short stretch of Asswoman Canal to improve navigability on the two waterways northwest of Bethany Beach in Sussex County.




Wildlife Viewing Facilities Offered on State Wildlife Areas

Wildlife viewing is quickly becoming a favorite outdoor activity, attracting both Delaware residents and visitors who want to enjoy the splendor of the First State’s outdoor natural spaces.




Delaware Hunters Reminded Harvest of Delmarva Fox Squirrels is Prohibited

With the opening of gray squirrel hunting season on Sept. 15, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control reminds Delaware hunters to be vigilant and not to harvest state-endangered Delmarva fox squirrels.







 Pages Tagged With: "Assawoman Wildlife Area"

DNREC to Close Mulberry Landing Boat Ramp in Sussex County Temporarily for Expansion and Paving of Parking Lot

DNREC announced the March 6 closure of the Mulberry Landing Boat Ramp near Bethany Beach for a construction project to enlarge and pave the boat ramp’s gravel parking lot, with the project’s completion anticipated by April 14, dependent on weather.




Delmarva Fox Squirrel Recovery and Species Restoration in Delaware Continued During 2022

Delmarva fox squirrels now have three new homes in Sussex County as a result of translocations during 2022 to the Assawoman Wildlife Area, Redden State Forest and Trap Pond State Park, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today.




DNREC Set to Begin White Creek Dredging Project

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today that dredging is expected to begin just after the New Year on the main channel of White Creek and a short stretch of Asswoman Canal to improve navigability on the two waterways northwest of Bethany Beach in Sussex County.




Wildlife Viewing Facilities Offered on State Wildlife Areas

Wildlife viewing is quickly becoming a favorite outdoor activity, attracting both Delaware residents and visitors who want to enjoy the splendor of the First State’s outdoor natural spaces.




Delaware Hunters Reminded Harvest of Delmarva Fox Squirrels is Prohibited

With the opening of gray squirrel hunting season on Sept. 15, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control reminds Delaware hunters to be vigilant and not to harvest state-endangered Delmarva fox squirrels.