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The osprey is a fish-eating bird, often seen around the Chesapeake Bay. In the ‘50s and ‘60s, its population was in serious dec...
So far, we’ve documented 18 different species visiting the existing biohuts, including grass shrimp, blue crabs, American eels, sea ne...
Earth was a different place 150 million years ago. The continents were drifting, the earliest flowers were just beginning to evolve and dino...
Inspired by the water mills of Baltimore’s industrial past, the Water Wheel harnesses the power of the Jones Falls River to turn the w...
Our General Curator, Jack Cover, recently gave the publication Biohabitats a behind-the-scenes peek at some of the salamander species on exh...
A study conducted by Oceana found that 38 percent of crab cakes being advertised as locally sourced blue crab were, in fact, composed of imp...
With an armored body and spiked tail, you might mistake the muddy-colored horseshoe crab for a prehistoric creature crawling from the ocean&...
The goal behind this simple exercise goes beyond trying to get us to understand the value of water, it really is to inspire us to protect th...
Why is it so important to eat sustainably?
Food security, plain and simple. We are a world growing in population by leaps and bounds. Think...
by Tj Tate, Director of Sustainable Seafood for the National Aquarium
Seafood should become an increased staple in the American diet, accord...