Birds and marshes of the Chesapeake Bay country by Brooke Meanley

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Published by Tidewater Publishers in Cambridge, Md .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.)

Subjects:

  • Birds -- Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.)

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementBrooke Meanley.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL683.C48 M4
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 157 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates :
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5195670M
ISBN 100870332074
LC Control Number75017558

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Wading birds quietly stalk their prey in wetlands and shallow waters. Most wading birds, which include herons and egrets, nest together in large breeding colonies on the Chesapeake Bay. Ducks, geese and swans are all waterfowl. Most waterfowl visit the Chesapeake Bay region in winter as they migrate along the Atlantic Flyway, a major flight path for millions of birds.

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Salt marshes are some of the most diverse habitats in the country. Around the Chesapeake and coastal bays, these brackish wetlands occupy a sliver of space where saltwater mixes with freshwater that drains from the land.

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Geological Survey. In their migration, about one third of all waterfowl wintering along the Atlantic Coast come to the Chesapeake Bay. Evidently these birds chose urban living for its executive office appeal. Great Blue Heron are tall, bluish-gray wading birds with long, pointed bills and graceful, S-shaped necks.

They live year-round in marshes and wetlands throughout the Chesapeake Bay region and are also found on freshwater lakes, ponds and impoundments.

At the Retreat, the only thing waking you will be the sound of the clapper rails or barred owls calling as you doze in the hot-tub overlooking the fresh water pond, salt marsh and 1 mile of private Chesapeake Bay.

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But a new study has found that birds are in serious decline across North America, including in the Chesapeake Bay region. There are nearly 3 billion fewer birds in North America than there were in — a 29% decline during a single human lifetime, according to the study published in October by the journal Science.

Delaware Bay; and the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. The region’s wildlife, plants, habitats and network of streams and rivers leading to the Bay are tremendous resources. As the human population throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed grows and land-use pressures intensify, it is increasingly important to protect our remaining.Across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, life slows down.

Turn off Route 50 or Hwy. and go down a country road past cornfields. Pause by rivers and marshes where birds and rustling grass are the only sounds. Stop in small towns where mom-and-pop shops still thrive. If you love to watch trees light up.

Beau, a year-old Chesapeake Bay retriever, plays with a bumper. Beau has probably retrieved over a thousand ducks and geese of all types while hunting with his owner, Ronnie Adams. (Kenneth K. Lam).

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