What you can do to prevent bird collisions with windows

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By Pat Garber Any bird lover who has heard the disturbing thud of a songbird hitting a window, and discovered its lifeless body underneath, must...

Stopping bird collisions and protecting Ocracoke’s feathered friends

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By Pat Garber Bird lovers saw high numbers of cedar waxwings migrate through the village this spring. Dressed in black masks with silky brown and...

Nesting birds on sound islands take a hit from Hurricane Arthur

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By Maria Logan It’s summertime and Ocracoke is in full swing. There is a frenetic energy about the island as visitors flock to paradise...

Molasses Creek

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The Pelican Family

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                                   By Morgan McBride (age 10) We arrived at our...

Ask the Observer: Which jellyfish or jelly?

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From Greg Klein This photo was taken at Springer’s Point. I think it is a jellyfish, but I am not sure. There were a few...

Ask the Observer: All things Ocracoke

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 If you  have a questions about Ocracoke, such  as, what  was that plant, bird or  turtle you saw, or a question about  Ocracoke’s fascinating...

Ask the Observer from Greg Klein

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 If you  have a questions about Ocracoke such  as what  was that plant, bird or  turtle you saw, or a question about  Ocracoke’s fascinating...

Ocracoke’s Snowy Winter

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By Peter Vankevich Photos by Dianne Fodrie Stankiewicz Ocracoke certainly had an unusual winter. With two wonderful snowstorms and the school closed for sev­eral days, the...

Old Man Winter: what have you done to our plants?

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April 2014 By Jennifer Rich This winter has been ex­tremely long and taxing on our nerves and envi­ronment. Ocracoke is used to a much milder...