RELATED ARTICLE: FAST FACTS | BLACK1NATER NATIONAL WLDLFE REFUGE Fstablished in 1933 as a migratory bird refuge Made up of 27,000 acrs encompassing tidal marshes, freshwater ponds, mixed forests and fields Contains one-third of all tidal wetlands in the state of maryland Home to the largest natural population of endangered Delamarva fox squirrels Boasts more than 250 species of birds and is great for bird watching in spring, winter and fall Includes a five-mile stretch called Wildife drive, perfect for hiking, biking or simply driving through offers 20 miles of water for kayaking Steve Bailey, a former New York Times editor, teaches journalism at Salisbury University and can be reached at bailey@:stevebailey.
What does MBR stand for?
MBR stands for Migratory Bird Refuge (US FWS)
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Some states also have a state duck stamp that requires each person to sign their name directly on the stamp, and the money is pooled to purchase land for the federal migratory bird refuge system.
Now considered a classic in the environmental literature genre, that book interwove memoir and natural history, recounting her mother's battle with cancer along with the concurrent flooding of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge near Salt Lake City, one of the author's childhood haunts.
The plant, slated for the corner of Cooper and Elliot Roads, will provide enough energy to power 25 to 40 homes and will be located behind Fire Station 1 and adjacent to one of the town's groundwater recharge sites that has also been developed into a migratory bird refuge.
Established in 1928, the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge on the northeast arm of the Great Salt Lake protects some of the West's finest habitat for migrating waterbirds.