Outdoor Delaware, Delaware’s award-winning conservation magazine, is published four times each year and presents stunning photography, detailed feature articles, regular columnists, and more. The magazine is now in its 61st year of publication.
The Spring Edition is out now and features a variety of articles, including:
Secretive, super slimy salamanders are one of nature’s coolest critters – amazing amphibians that are fun to watch and excellent indicators of environmental health.
What’s in store for this year’s shorebird season?
(Bonus: Check out Feast on the Beach, a 15-minute documentary on the connection between shorebirds and horseshoe crabs produced by the Delaware Shorebird Project.)
Photographer Mark Nale has been chasing Delaware’s warblers with binoculars and camera for the last six years. Check out his photo essay.
This is the first time Outdoor Delaware has won in the highly competitive photo essay category. That category is among 64 that cover a broad range of communication types, including broadcasting, print, online and others. The contest is judged by communications professionals from out of state.
As a first place winner, the photo essay will be entered into a national communications competition.