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Building environmentally literate communities to empower them to take action for birds and their habitats.
It's Official!- Environmental Literacy Graduation Requirement"This is what the Chesapeake Bay has been longing for for years-- a plan to make sure it's future leaders know, understand and love the Bay so they can make good decisions now and tomorrow with its health in mind," says Mark Scallion, Director of Pickering Creek Audubon Center.
A joint project of Pickering Creek Audubon Center and the Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network designed in cooperation with Talbot County Public Schools.
Empowering high school students to take action for the Atlantic Flyway and Chesapeake Bay through fishing and bird watching.
Audubon Maryland-DC works for science-based policies protecting our forests, wetlands, rivers, coast and other important areas so that our natural heritage will be preserved for generations to come. Our approaches to this work emphasize collaborations with other conservation groups, land trusts, government, industry, and private citizens.
Whether it is counting birds from the window of your living room or climbing a ladder to see 10 baby Wood Ducks nesting in one of the Nest Boxes at Pickering Creek Audubon Center--- you can play a major role in the protection of birds!
There are many ways to financially support the work of Audubon.
From the forested mountains in the west, to the Chesapeake Bay, to the Atlantic Coast, Maryland is home to a diverse array of critical habitat for birds.