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Conservation partnership deploys “Island” for colonial nesting waterbirds.
What do Horseshoe Crabs and Red Knots have in common? Plenty!! And they both need your help.
Salt marshes along the Chesapeake Bay watershed are rapidly deteriorating due to sea level rise, and Audubon is leading the way to develop innovative projects to protect and restore these vital habitats for marsh birds such as the Black Rail and Saltmarsh Sparrow.
Audubon partners with local conservation agencies provide guidance on what they know and how you can help.
Mayor and City Council recognize the importance of native plants with proclamation and ceremonial resolution.
Iconic species of terns and skimmers depend on critical nesting habitat like the islands within the Maryland Coastal Bays near Ocean City and Assateague Island. But many of these island-nesting birds are experiencing a serious decline due to erosion, disturbance, and predation.