Tour A Secret Island on VA’s Eastern Shore

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Visit Virginia's Eastern Shore

About the Guest Blogger

Max Lonzanida, visitor services park ranger, Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge.

me teaching Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Max manages everything that has to do with wildlife-dependent recreation on the refuge. He commutes to the Shore daily from Norfolk, where he lives with his wife Amy, his two energetic kids Noah and Stella and their two dogs.

The Secret Fisherman’s Island

Get a rare glimpse of Fisherman’s Island, which is typically closed to the public except during winter weekends. It’s part of a 2,000-acre refuge on the very tip of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.

If you’ve traveled over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel to and from Virginia’s Eastern Shore, you’ve visited Fisherman Island. Route 13 takes you across the island in the blink of an eye and you’re either in Northampton County or over open water on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. What a lot of people don’t…

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