One Tank Trip to Blackwater Wildlife Refuge – Hertrich – Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015
Pat Papineau, G.M. at Hertrich Chevy Buick GMC of Easton, tells about how families have busy schedules and road trips on Delmarva are perfect for a family outing. Pat also tells about vehicle features that make trips easier such as Bluetooth and wi-fi. Pat also says that big vehicles are better on gas these days.
Sean decided to take a Chevy Silverado to Blackwater and tests out all the features. He tests out the air-conditioned seats, sees all the outlets and plugs, and calls his Mom on Bluetooth.
Blackwater is nicknamed the ‘Everglades of the North’ and it was established in 1933 as a Waterfowl sanctuary for birds migrating. It has three major habitats – forest, marsh, and shallow water – which houses numerous plants and wildlife, including the largest breeding population of Bald Eagles on the East coast, north of Florida.
There is a visitors center, an observation deck, and foot and bike trails. You can also take a wildlife drive in the comfort of your own vehicle.