A glimpse into a restored Chesapeake oyster reef
Oyster sanctuaries are allowing restored reefs to form clumps of habitat for bay critters
Bay 101: Ospreys
How does studying this top predator help scientists understand the effects of toxics in the Bay ecosystem?
Bay 101: Waterfowl
What are waterfowl, and why is the Chesapeake Bay so important for these migratory birds?
Bringing back the bobwhite quail
An Eastern Shore farm partnered with Washington College to manage native grasslands for wildlife
From the Field: Building bird nesting habitat on Poplar Island, Maryland
Biologists use recycled Christmas trees to create bird nesting habitat on Poplar Island.
From the Field: Conserving Habitat for American Black Ducks
Counting black ducks to conserve and restore them and our marshes and wetlands.
From the Field: Eradicating nutria from Chesapeake Bay marshes
What are nutria? Why are they harmful? And what are we doing to get rid of them? Find out here.
From the Field: Trash Trawl hauls microplastics from Bay waters
A unique study will help researchers learn the amount and type of plastic pollution in the Chesapeake Bay
The rebounding Lafayette River is first when it comes to oyster reefs
Restored reefs will help keep the Norfolk tributary healthy into the future