Cownose rays are seasonal visitors to the Chesapeake Bay during the summer months, when they mate and give birth!
New research indicates that the spots that give spotted eagle rays their name form a pattern unique to each individual animal!
Last weekend, cownose rays were spotted swimming in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor!
The Conservation community’s “Eat ‘Em to Beat ‘Em” campaign is strategically used to manage populations of invasive species.
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