The Endangered Species Act has supported work that has prevented the extinction of 99 percent of the species it has protected. That work is now under threat.
With the warm summer months coming to an end, bird migration season has begun once again!
Cownose rays are seasonal visitors to the Chesapeake Bay during the summer months, when they mate and give birth!
Although they were no documented double-crested cormorants in the region as recently as 40 years ago, they’re now a firmly established species Baltimore and the state of Maryland!
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