This is where you will find the latest news and updates about our trips! BE SURE TO SCROLL DOWN to END!
We will always post cancellations, and updates to weather here. Please check this area before departing for your trip, as conditions can change on a dime, and we don’t want you to be inconvenienced.
UPDATE: August 16, 2019 – 7:30 PM
Pt. Pleasant Beach – IS SAILING! & SOLD OUT!!
Forecast – Winds 5-10mph, seas 3-4ft. NICE! Cloudy to Partly Cloudy Skies. No rain is in the forecast, but please bring raingear just in case. Looks like a great day is ahead.
Cape May Trip – Yesterday’s trip 8/11-12 out of Wildwood Crest was the best trip of the pelagic century for 45 participants 14 from Buffalo Ornithological Society. 13 confirmed White-faced Storm Petrels! – As Will Smith would say…
Lewes AUGUST = SOLD OUT!! Waitlist 4 deep
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Thank you for your patience! We appreciate your enthusiasm!
Feel free to inquire about any of our trips or the trip status by calling us 215-234-6805 or by sending us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find our trip schedule under the “TRIPS” heading at the top of the site page.
To Sign up for a trip – no matter the payment type:
Go to Register for trips under the “TRIPS” heading. Select your trip and follow the prompts. PLEASE sign up for each trip separately if you can. It helps with database import.
We can only hold your space for 5 business days while waiting to receive a check or money order. After the 5 business days has passed, we release your space(s) to the next paying participant that comes along.
Please remember we board in sign-up/paid first order. Pay first, Board first!
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⇒This is the protocol used by our LEADERS to keep the eBird lists on all of our Pelagic Trips. “Pelagic Trip Lists in eBird – How to make them more useful” by Cornell Lab of Ornithology – Click here for the article.