Wildlife of the Chesapeake Bay Tributaries
The goal of this mission is to provide data on wildlife not only along the major rivers Susquehanna,Potomac, Rappahannock, York, and James , but the smaller tributaries which feed these rivers and makeup the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Sign in to join mission
Within the Chesapeake Bay watershed fifty major tributaries pour water into the Chesapeake Bay every day. These rivers, along with the hundreds of thousands of creeks and streams that feed them, provides food, water, cover, and nesting or nursery areas to more than 3,000 migratory and resident wildlife species. Habitat types range from hardwood forests of the Appalachian mountains to saltwater marshes in the Bay.
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