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Atlantic Northeast PRINTED ISSUES
068 - The Chesapeake Bay, Maryland (Print)
Bird photographers will discover the many wildlife refuges along the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Landscape photographers will discover small fishing villages, long barrier islands where wild horses roam, and dark cypress swamps. From Elk Neck State Park at the north end of Chesapeake Bay to James Island near the Virginia Border, I explored the coves, fishing villages, and remote islands to discover the best places for photography. Here are my findings. Included are details on Assateague Island and the Delaware Coast as far north as Bombay Hook, one of the most important stop-over points for migratory birds on the Eastern Flyway.
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Bird photographers will discover the many wildlife refuges along the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Landscape photographers will discover small fishing villages, long barrier islands where wild horses roam, and dark cypress swamps.
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Bald Cypress Trail
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge
Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Elk Neck State Park
Hooper Island Lighthouse
Jane's Island State Park
Kent Island Horsehead Wetlands Center
Nantocoke Wildlife Management Area
Pocomoke River State park
Taylor's Island, Maryland
Terrapin Beach State Park
Tilghman Island, Maryland
Robert Hitchman Photography
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