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Between twenty-seven visits in 2022 alone, I observed 166 species at the park, more than had been observed there across all previous years combined – the challenge had paid off in a big way!
Invasive blue catfish seem to be here to stay. Taking a look at the challenges, threats and opportunities they present to the Chesapeake Bay.
The best viewing occurs between mid-February through mid-March. The number of tundra swans has exceeded 15,000 in previous years, and as many as 200,000 snow geese can be seen at Middle Creek during peak migration.
A paddle along the lagoon at Dutch Gap is an encouraging reminder that, if you leave nature alone for long enough, life finds a way.
From the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers to the hilltop vistas and the richly historic town itself, Harpers Ferry is well worth visiting.
Paddle, watch birds, fish, hike, and most of all, be thankful to those who had the foresight to preserve and enhance this special place.
The solitude, natural beauty, and diverse ecology of Kings Creek make it a water trail fit for royalty.
The vessels and flyover aircraft change from year to year, but Fleet Week in Baltimore is always a thrilling spectacle.
With six miles of shoreline, North Point State Park provides access to the Bay and to Black Marsh Wildlands, and some unexpected close encounters.
Remote white sand beaches and dazzling sunsets make Janes Island a great addition to any Chesapeake Bay lover’s bucket list.
Nassawango Creek Preserve is a true hidden gem in the heart of rural Worcester County, offering an incredibly important wildlife corridor and ample opportunities for visitors to connect with nature.
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