• Happy Chesapeake Bay Week!

    The nation’s largest estuary is home to a variety of species, including Maryland’s state reptile, the diamondback terrapin. Read More

    Published 6/6/2018

  • Chesapeake Bay Underwater Grasses: Resurgence and Restoration

    The return of underwater grasses in the Chesapeake Bay is proof that restoration efforts are working in a big way, which is excellent news for the health of the nation’s largest estuary and the 17 million people and countless animals in its watershed. Read More

    Published 3/23/2018

  • Animal Update: Bayley

    Our Animal Care and Welfare team is currently monitoring Bayley’s health closely after she started to display signs of gastro-intestinal distress earlier this week.    Read More

    Published 3/2/2018

  • Introducing the Atlantic Bay Nettle

    Until recently, it was thought that the Chesapeake Bay’s iconic jelly species was an Atlantic sea nettle—but according to recent research, these invertebrates are a separate species from their ocean-based counterparts. Read More

    Published 1/11/2018

Previous 1 2 3 4 5  ...