Around the Chesapeake Bay Area
Sea nettles are starting to swarm in the Chesapeake Bay right now, but don’t avoid swimming in this face-smacking hot. We share the downlow on where they’re not.
Have you been seeing what you thought were dolphins? There’s an app for that! Researchers think dolphins are hanging more in the bay and they want your help.
Here are some of the best techniques for eating, also called “picking”, Chesapeake Bay crabs. Each person will tell you their way is the best. We found videos representing the main tricks of the trade.
54% may not be a good score if you’re in school, but for the nation’s largest estuary it’s outstanding. Pollution is down (slightly), grasses are up and fish are thriving.
Here’s a great “What If…” question: All the ice on Earth melts; what happens to the water and the U.S. shoreline. It’s not good for the Chesapeake Bay.