Crabbing Season Cut Short; Report Finds Decline In Crab Population New research suggests there may not be as many blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay as once thought.
Report Finds Decline In Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab PopulationAn annual report has found the overall population of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay has declined and it recommends limiting the number harvested in the fall.
Once Nearly Extinct, Ospreys Rally In Chesapeake BayAlong the Lynnhaven River in Virginia Beach, ospreys build nests with just about anything: tree branches, stuffed animals, flip flops — even an opossum skull.
More Dolphin Sightings In The Chesapeake Could Be A Sign Of Bay's HealthIt turns out hundreds of dolphins are making their way into the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers.
Md., Va. Students Build 'Reef Balls' To Support Chesapeake Bay OystersIt's not every school project that gets dropped overboard.
More Dolphins Than Expected Found In Lower Chesapeake BayMaryland Natural Resources Police Sgt. John Buchanan was flying biologists over Tangier Sound this spring to survey ducks when he glimpsed gray bodies arcing in the waters below.
Scientists Predict Larger Summer Dead Zone In Chesapeake BayScientists say this year's summer "dead zone" in the Chesapeake Bay will be larger than average.
Floatilla For A Healthy Harbor And Bay EventHundreds of people signed up to go paddling on the Inner Harbor Saturday, but this wasn't just fun and games.
Chesapeake Bay Watershed States Call For Federal SupportPresident Donald Trump proposed 2018 budget eliminates $73 million for the Chesapeake Bay Project.
Unusual Crab Pulled From The Chesapeake BayAn unusual crab has been pulled from the Chesapeake Bay.
Chesapeake Bay Health Improves, But There's A Long Way To GoThe Chesapeake Bay's 2016 report card is being released.
Chesapeake Bay Funding, Cut By Trump, Restored By CongressPresident Donald Trump's budget cut major federal funding to restore the Chesapeake Bay.