Adventure at Bombay Hook by

Eco Tours
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Stretching inland from the shores of Delaware Bay lies Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, a federal sanctuary some 16,000 acres in size, most of which remains as unaltered today as it did when its nearest town — Smyrna, Delaware — was founded in 1716. Almost 300 years later, this gateway community of less than 8,000 souls is considered an adventure destination of great distinction in the First State. In August of 2007, Smyrna was listed in the small-town category as one of the "50 Best Places to Live & Play" by National Geographic Adventure Magazine. A big reason for this honor is its close proximity to Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge. The salt marshes here afford residents and visitors alike with year-round opportunities to experience nature, and this includes one of the fast-growing pastimes around: wildlife watching.
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Delaware City, Delaware

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