Delaware Public Media

Suzanne Thurman


Marine researchers are trying to determine why some dead humpback whales have washed up on Delaware shores.


Environmental groups are decrying the Trump administration’s decision allowing seismic testing off the First State’s coast.


A recent loggerhead sea turtle’s decision to nest in Delaware has researchers wondering if it’s a singular event or part of an emerging trend.

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management

Environmental groups in the First State are praising President Obama for denying all pending permits for an invasive oil exploration practice in the Atlantic Ocean.

Photo courtesy: MERR Institute

Motorists on Route 1 near the Delaware Seashore State Park spotted something amiss on Monday morning: a harbor seal stranded on the shoulder.

U.S Nat'l Park Service

More leatherback turtles have stranded in Delaware so far this summer than normally strand in a whole season, according to Delaware's Marine Education, Research & Rehabilitation Institute (MERR).