Birding in Ocean City Maryland

Love on Tap: Birding in Ocean City Maryland

For those that traverse the Delmarva Peninsula regularly by boat, rv, atv, motorcylce, and car, it is no surprise, the land offers many different biological environments.  This unique biological diversity hosts a multitude of animals including birds. Knowing visitors of the Shore Craft Beer Fest: Love on Tap would want as many opportunities as possible to explore and engage with the area as they could; Delmarva Birding Weekends has joined in celebrating FeBREWary. Delmarva Birding Weekends will offer Birding Tours during  Shore Craft Beer Fest: Love on Tap Weekend (February 29 & March 1). Beer Lovers will enjoy birding in Ocean City, Maryland and the surrounding area and marvel at the amazing warblers, shorebirds, waterfowl and raptors that visit and live on the peninsula.

Birding in Ocean City Maryland in the Winter

Since 2016, Winter Delmarva Birding Weekend has featured boating and hiking trips with a special emphasis on winter waterfowl and raptors. This year is no different!

Love on Tap Birding Tours

Saturday’s Birding Expedition 8am-11am
Assateague, Bayside Ponds and Ocean City Inlet (DRIVING/HIKING) Cost: $25/person
Meeting Location: Assateague Island Visitor Center
Locals know where to see the best variety of ducks, shorebirds, and raptors. So it is local birders who will guide this sojourn to view birds from the Verrazano Bridge overlooking Sinepuxent Bay, the waterfowl-laden pond at the Bayside community, and the sea ducks of the Ocean City Inlet. Please note: This trip does not enter Assateague Island due to restrictive permitting issues.

Sunday’s Birding Expedition 8am – 11am
Newport Farms Winter Wonderland (DRIVING/HIKING) Cost: $25/person
Meeting Location: Cul-de-sac at eastern end of Hayes Landing Road
The 2,200-acre Newport Farm reveals spectacular winter birding replete with a remote duck-filled 70-acre freshwater pond next to the vast forests and marshes of Newport Bay. Bird lovers on this one-of-a-kind trip will enjoy short walks totalling less than a mile. The bucolic scene provides a breathtaking backdrop to one of Maryland’s most-renowned winter Bald Eagle and waterfowl spectacles. East Coast winter rarities like American White Pelicans and Golden Eagles may surprise, along with the occasional river otter.

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Jessica Bauer
Author: Jessica Bauer

3 Responses

  1. I saw a crow downtown a t the inlet in the middle of all the seaguls. What a wonder cxrow at the beach. Prettyuncool if he mates with walmart oops segulls at the burgandy look hlf crow too

  2. saw gracie when went to see lonely crow waiting on deposit back from burgandy inn takes two weeks apparrantly no one at hotel motel association to copmplain light up megan robert hills is held so muchj he put himself in shepard pratt hospital

  3. thanks cant wait for the eventful day love bird watching always have been out in rural tto long glad to br back. Like seagulls in comparson to vultures

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