Posts Categorized: Outer Banks History
Go to Coastal Explorations in Historic Corolla Village and take a sunset tour or rent a kayak and enjoy this gorgeous day.
y Outer Banks Voice on June 8, 2014 Construction of the first solar energy plant in Currituck County has been given the green light by the Board of Commissioners. The solar farm is planned for about 225 acres along N.C. 34 across from Shawboro Elementary School. It could be online sometime next year and generate enough power… Read more »
Media Contact: Walter Molony / 202-383-1177 / Email (May 8, 2014) – Analysis of data collected for the Realtors® Confidence Index shows the market share of all-cash purchases is on the rise, despite declines in distressed sales and investor activity, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said the findings are counterintuitive. “Distressed home… Read more »
It is not uncommon these days to see black bears on the Dare County mainland. This beautiful large specimen was spotted yesterday crossing through a field of wheat adjacent to the Dare County Landfill near Manns Harbor, a couple of hundred yards down fittingly named Cub Road. The landfill is adjacent to the Alligator River… Read more »
We have been looking for our first osprey sighting of the year and finally saw one early this morning, perched on a branch of a dead Cypress tree overlooking Croatan Sound. They migrate south central and South America in late September or early October and usually return sometime in late February or early March. We… Read more »
Lynn Seldon, Special for USA TODAY1:01 p.m. EST February 5, 2014 (Photo: The Zimmerman Agency) The Outer Banks of North Carolina, also known as the “OBX” by veteran visitors, draw people from all over the world to its barrier islands for family fun. At the heart of this popular beach lies the Cape Hatteras National… Read more »