Archaeologists Searching For Home Of Harriet Tubman's Father Near CambridgeArchaeologists will spend the coming days searching a property in Dorchester County to try to uncover the site of a house that was once home to Harriet Tubman's father, the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration said Tuesday.
Feds: Delmarva Fox Squirrel Recovered The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to remove the Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel from the endangered species list.
State Park & Local Exhibit Honor Centennial Of Harriet Tubman’s DeathThis coming weekend marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Harriet Tubman.
Revived Goose Population Returns To BlackwaterLarry McGowan drives up to a marsh-ringed lake in his government-issued SUV and kills the engine before it has finished rolling to a stop. Within a few moments, a flock of Canada geese wings into view, flying low toward another flock already on the water.
Md. Seeks Harriet Tubman National Monument The state of Maryland is asking the federal government to designate part of the Eastern Shore as a national monument to abolitionist Harriet Tubman.
Duck Stamp Proceeds Fund Blackwater ConservationFederal duck stamp proceeds will be used to conserve 112 acres at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge on the Eastern Shore.
Md.'s Blackwater Refuge Hosting Eagle FestivalMaryland's Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is home to one of the nation's largest breeding populations of bald eagles and the refuge is hosting an eagle festival this weekend to celebrate the majestic birds of prey.
Federal Officials Work To Eliminate Nutria In Md.Although officials have made great strides in eliminating invasive populations of nutria, more work is being done to eradicate the species in Maryland.
Blackwater Refuge In Maryland Adds 400 AcresThe Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is acquiring more than 400 acres that will help support wildlife habitat management needs and maintain the region's ecological diversity.