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Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge

Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge

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Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge
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Yasser

Website 17 participants 8 spottings

Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge is located at the confluence of the Chester River and the Chesapeake Bay on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. This 2,285-acre island refuge is a major feeding and resting place for migrating and wintering waterfowl. More than 100,000 ducks, geese and swans seek sanctuary here each year, as do migrating and breeding songbirds and shorebirds, and bald eagles that thrive here year-round.

Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge

Lat: 39.03 Long: -76.23

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