Cape Lookout National Seashore’s lease with the town for a visitor center on Front Street expires Dec. 31 and will not be extended.
Maintaining the natural dynamic between fire and water in Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is key in the latest plan to restore, protect and conserve this unusual landscape.
NCDEQ’s Division of Coastal Management and Cape Hatteras National Seashore have postponed the interagency work group meeting originally planned for Wednesday because of the approaching storm.
The five national parks on North Carolina’s coast saw a total direct visitor spending in 2022 of nearly $724, yielding an economic output of around $964 million.
The Carteret County Wildlife Club and Mountains-to-Sea Trail are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Neusiok Trail Sept. 30 with hikes, guest speakers and lunch.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to successful prosecution in the killing of a federally protected red wolf in Washington County.
Currently acting director, Strong has been with the Division of Parks and Recreation since 2000 and has served in various roles.
Enjoy free admission, ranger-led programs and an outdoor movie on National Aviation Day, Aug. 19 at Wright Brothers National Memorial.
The Corps of Engineers is committed to conducting the required feasibility study of a sand project along the highly erosion-prone Rodanthe beach on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore if funded, Rep. Greg Murphy has told Dare County officials.
Cape Lookout National Seashore is holding a duck blind permit lottery Aug. 9-11.
Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge may be “the Yellowstone of the East,” according to Wendy Stanton, who manages the refuge teeming with wildlife that welcomes more than 30,000 visitors annually.
Meg Puckett, who manages the herd for the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, knows well the challenges and the horses themselves, but she says the work never gets old.
A public science project at Cape Lookout National Seashore is part of a bigger communication effort to have a conversation about what ghost forests represent.
The seven exhibits along the Freedom Trail will interpret various aspects of the Black experience on Roanoke Island.
Trail projects in Carteret County and Croatan National Forest’s Neusiok Trail have been awarded around $260,000 by North Carolina’s Recreational Trails Program.
Millions of tree seedlings are for sale through the North Carolina Forest Service’s nursery program.