Chesapeake Shores Homeowners Association
Cicindela Dorsalis Dorsalis, the Northeastern Beach Tiger Beetle. Why Fish & Wildlife wants to help save our beach.
Photo taken on Bavon Beach on June 18, 2011. See, they really are here!
A look at the new Breakwater
Filmed by Joe Dzikiewicz on January 2, 2016.
A bird's eye view of Bavon
Filmed by Joe Dzikiewicz over Thanksgiving Weekend, 2014.
Did you know?
- The reason that the Fish and Wildlife service is willing to give us grants for beach preservation is that an endangered species of Tiger Beetles live on our beach.
- There are 23 species of Tiger Beetles that live in Virginia.
- The threatened beetle in question is the Cicindela Dorsalis Dorsalis, the Northeastern Tiger Beetle. (Details are available here.)
- For their size, tiger beetles are the fastest living land animals.
- They are called tiger beetles because of the way they pounce on their prey.
- Meeting notes
- A History of the Chesapeake Shores HOA
- Miscellaneous stuff about the beach
- About this site
Who we are
The Chesapeake Shores Homeowners Association represents the homeowners of the Chesapeake Shores community in Mathews County, Virginia. The board consists of the following members:
- Peyton Carr, President
- Sonny Fauver, Vice President
- Dave Norris, Treasurer
- Joe Dzikiewicz, Secretary and your humble webmaster
- Jack Caldwell
- Drew Mulhare
If you have any questions about any of this, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Joe Dzikiewicz, Webmaster 264 Chesapeake Shores Drive The blue house with all the strange-sized windows