On Saturday, May 15, 2021, The Partnership for a New Phoebus with support from the American Flood Coalition will be holding a drop by at Phoebus Waterfront Park in Hampton, Virginia from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This drop by will be held to gather community input on how the park can be improved as a community space and to reduce tidal and stormwater flooding.
Phoebus Waterfront Park has been a special place for me as I have been photographing at this location a lot this past year. The wintering brown pelicans roost here at the pilings off the dock at the park, and there are a lot of wintering ducks like buffleheads that are swimming in Mill Creek where this Phoebus Waterfront Park is located. I plan to stop by and give my support and input as a conservation photographer and as a photographer that frequently photographs at this location.
Here are a couple of images that I have captured at Phoebus Waterfront Park.
Hope you will stop by and give your input on how Phoebus Waterfront Park can be better for the community and for you.
*raindate would be held on Saturday, May 22, 2021.
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Let’s protect our wildlife and nature!
Copyright © 2021 Lori A Cash
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