Raw video of Fones Cliffs as seen 10-15-18 for those who may wish to find and look at certain portions of the area.
These white cliffs tower over 100 feet over the Rappahannock River and are home to one of the largest concentration of bald eagles on the East Coast. http://chesapeakeconservancy.org/fones-cliffs-petition/ Sign our petition asking President-elect Trump and members of Congress to approve full funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund, a federal program that supports the protection of national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, and other natural and recreational resources
Erosion following the most recent significant rainfall at Fones Cliffs, on the Rappahannock River in Richmond County, Virginia.
Please help any way you can to save this precious bit of nature. http://www.cbf.org/news-media/newsroom/2018/virginia/cbf-statement-on-fones-cliffs-developer-violations.html https://www.bayjournal.com/article/can_chesapeakes_crown_jewel_cliffs_still_be_spared https://www.richmond.com/news/fones-cliffs-golf-resort-project-gets-another-violation-notice-developer/article_461b2e73-4459-5a89-9437-f1d34b639ed7.html Opposition https://fonescliffsresortandspadotcom.wordpress.com/about/ http://rappahannockcliffs.com/html/fonescliffs.html
Right now one of the most important bald eagle habitats on the East Coast is in danger of being turned into a luxury residential community and resort. We can't let this happen. TAKE ACTION NOW TO STOP IT: http://takeaction.cbf.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=17465 Footage by Friends of the Rappahannock. (http://www.riverfriends.org/) Special Note: This video is in reference to the part of Fones Cliffs that is owned by the Diatomite Corporation of America. Dangerous by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Fones Cliffs sloughing as filmed 5-24-18
Video of Fones Cliffs illustrating the pristine nature of the current shoreline. Video by Hill Wellford. Read more about the Fones Cliff development controversy here: http://www.ccbbirds.org/2016/01/08/reflections-on-fones-cliffs/
Day Trip to Ingleside Vineyard on the Captain Thomas. Two hour trip up the Rappahannock River from Tappahannock. Past Naylors Beach, Fones Cliffs and on to Leedstown where the bus took us to Ingleside. Saw many bald eagles, ospreys, and blue herons. Fun trip!!
Shot using a 3dr Solo and GoPro Hero4 Black