Outdoor Delaware, the First State’s award-winning conservation magazine, is published four times each year and presents stunning photography and engaging, informative articles on how we can preserve and protect our precious natural resources.
Here’s what you will find in the 2019 Winter Edition:
Don’t Trash It – Repurpose It! Here’s how you can transform ﬁve common recyclable items for new uses.
Time Travelers Dig the John Bell House – Spectacular artifacts are being dug up by archaeologists at the historic John Bell House.
Beekeeping 101 – Some call the honeybee the hero of our planet. Find out how a group of University of Delaware students took a hands-on course on how honeybees live and work.
To Aid Wild Pollinators, We Conserve Their Habitat – Bees, butterﬂies, and other pollinators flourish in a DNREC wildlife area restoration project.
The Indian River Life-Saving Station – Learn about the annual “Breeches Buoy Drill,” a reenactment of a historic shipwreck rescue drill.
You can read the latest edition of Outdoor Delaware as a downloadable PDF file. For best results, however, you should subscribe and be the first to get each edition in its true form, a glossy coffee-table version.
Watch Outdoor Delaware editor Beth Shockley on Me-TV’s “The Delaware Way” spreading the word about DNREC’s flagship, award-winning publication.