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Wrightsville Beach has first nest excavation of the season as sea turtles set nesting records throughout the state

By Sky Temperato Intern With what is the first of potentially many opportunities this summer, a large crowd gathered Wednesday night for the chance to see...

Preparing for 10th year, Masonboro organization still seeking volunteers for cleanup

By Sky Temperato Intern With as many as 75 volunteers preparing for their 10th year of helping clean Masonboro Island following the annual Independence Day festivities,...

Expanding Your Horizons On The Water

By Captain Tyler Barrack Sea Gate Boating Should I take my boat into the ocean? What about Bald Head Island or downtown Wilmington? Our area offers...

Masonboro Island oyster farmers seeking solution after state denies lease renewals

By Lena Moriarty Intern Efforts to bring oyster farming to the Masonboro Island reserve will come to an end in 2021 unless the farmers are able...

Masonboro Island Explorer program making memories that will last a lifetime

By Audrey Holloman, Masonboro.org Board Member Another season of the Masonboro Island Explorer program concluded this week, giving nearly 1,600 New Hanover County fifth graders from...

More shellfish leases expected for Masonboro Island area

With more shellfish lease applications under review for local waters in 2017, the committee that advises state regulators on policies for the Masonboro Island...

Fifth graders witness the supermoon’s impact on tides at Masonboro Island

Wrightsboro Elementary’s fifth grade class experienced not only the untouched beauty of Masonboro Island, but also the direct connection between the moon and the...

Unique amphibious vehicle helps Masonboro cleanup

Volunteers on Masonboro Island for the July 4th cleanup donate not only their time, but several also donate the boats needed to ferry the...

PHOTOS: Masonboro Island party

Nearly 4,000 people boated or paddled over to Masonboro Island to celebrate the Fourth of July. Here's some photos from the day's festivities:  

As volunteers clean, dawdling Masonboro Island partiers plead for boat rides

It was after 6 p.m. on the Fourth of July and the sun was falling over Masonboro Island. By now, most of the handful...

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