Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge is located in the southeastern corner of Virginia Beach, VA. It is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a thin strip of land less than a half mile in width. I like to frequent it several times a year. There is a rich diversity of wildlife, including deer, snakes, raccoons, wild horses, wild pigs, birds of all types, bobcats and even some coyotes.

The refuge borders the Sandbridge community and reaches south to the False Cape State Park.

Here is one of the images I have for sale. I made this one evening after sunset during the summer while fighting the mosquitoes! I love how the crescent moon is in the image.

Back Bay Evening

If you would like to purchase a print of this image, click on the image and it will take you to this image in my portfolio. And please visit my portfolio to see my other images I have available for sale. Thanks!

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