We hope you’ll join us for Outdoors Day: An Earth Day Celebration on the Outer Banks April 19th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education in Corolla. You’ll have the chance to participate in a variety of engaging activities including crabbing, archery, and a pellet shooting range.
For the sixth consecutive year, the event will bring together many Outer Banks organizations that offer environmental education, including the North Carolina Coastal Federation, so you will be sure to learn something new! You’ll also learn what you can do to implement sustainable earth-friendly practices in your own backyard or how to identify some of your beachcombing finds. We hope you’ll join us for this once-a-year event designed to promote environmental awareness and inspire a sense of stewardship along our precious coast.
Don’t miss this chance to meet representatives from organizations that work hard to preserve the ecosystems and scenic beauty that have made the Outer Banks famous around the world.
Outdoors Day, which is part of the statewide North Carolina Science Festival, will be an afternoon full of festivities for the entire family to enjoy. This event is free and open to the public.