It’s a shell game with an awful lot riding on it: restore enough oysters and improve the Chesapeake Bay’s waters.
A few months from now, waterfowl will migrate from the north to the Chesapeake to over-winter.
A sudden plunge in the blue crab population in the bay means belt-tightening for watermen.
Ocean City tourism officials are trying to get a better sense of visitors and where they’re coming from.
The National Park Service says sharpshooters have killed 20 deer in Washington’s Rock Creek Park, reducing the deer population in the park by roughly 10 percent.
The National Park Service is ready to start using sharpshooters to kill deer in Washington’s Rock Creek Park.
Maryland’s black bear hunting season is opening with an expanded kill quota and more hunters to help manage the growing population.
The Department of Natural Resources says Maryland’s black bear population has more than doubled since 2005 and it’s adjusting the hunting rules accordingly.
New estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show Baltimore lost about 1,500 people in the 15 months after the 2010 census.
Sometimes, when you’re between a rock and a hard place, add more rocks. That’s exactly what’s happening in the Chesapeake Bay where oysters are in a very tough spot.
A Frederick County judge is considering dismissing a lawsuit filed by several environmental groups challenging the county’s plan to increase development potential by about 50 percent.
As comebacks go, it’s off the charts. Researchers are finding a population explosion of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay.