Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge – OBX

These photos were taken on a late afternoon in late January. Marsh, sand, water, birds, great coastal views. The Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge is on Hatteras Island, south of Oregon Inlet, near the spot where there was ocean over wash with Hurricane Sandy the summer of 2012.  I took a walk down a scenic nature trail and found some good shots. Also near here the highway department has been busy reconstructing dunes to block the ocean. Enjoy!

pi water 01

pi water 02

pi water 03

pi water 04

pi birds 01

pi birds 02

pi grass 01

pi trail 01

pi trail 02

pi tree 01

pi sign 02

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2 Responses to Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge – OBX

  1. Donna says:

    Ed & me were eaten up by mosquitos one time when we walked through that area where the trees over arch the pathway! Couldn’t get out of that tunnel fast enough! We did see some really neat birds there though!

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