Headed Upstream: Hundreds Of Fish From Washington National Aquarium Could Soon Be Coming To Baltimore
Headed to new waters. Sea life in Washington D.C. may soon be headed to Charm City.
Maryland natural resources officials say trout stocking has begun in streams and lakes across the state.
New regulations nearly doubling the minimum size for sharks are expected to have a big impact on the local fishing industry if passed as proposed.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says Superstorm Sandy killed more than 7,000 trout at a western Maryland trout hatchery in October.
Those who care for the sick will tell you a happy, relaxed patient will heal in less time than one who is under stress. The designers of Sinai Hospital’s new children’s hospital took that idea to heart.
Ocean City’s annual White Marlin tournament is underway.
A natural talent for seeking out natural places has brought a Maryland man more attention than he feels comfortable with.
Maryland is offering free fishing days this summer to encourage residents to enjoy the state’s waterways.
Scientists say the conditions that killed thousands of fish recently in Maryland waters may be improving slightly, but dead fish continue to surface.
Maryland natural resources officials say Diamond Jim is on the loose.
A fish kill is spreading in and around Baltimore’s waterways. Tens of thousands of dead fish and crabs are floating at the surface and stinking up the waterfront. It’s bad for the environment and bad for business downtown.
Fish kills in the Chesapeake’s streams and rivers happen, but seldom this early.