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Bay Weekly
Chesapeake Cormorantsnet. Seeing large flights of cormorants this season, I wondered if they could
Bay Weekly / Posted 16 days ago
net. Seeing large flights of cormorants this season, I wondered if they could become a problem for free-swimming fish. Maryland Department of Natural Resources confirms a resident Chesapeake population of some 4,000 nesting pairs. Those... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
With summer in full swing, the crab business steams onoperators say this year's supply is meeting demand, even though populations of
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
operators say this year's supply is meeting demand, even though populations of the Chesapeake blues are declining. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources in June announced the state would be shortening the commercial crabbing season by 10... Read more
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FOX News
Bald eagle struck by car, rescued by police officers and park rangerTwo Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police officers and a state park r
FOX News / Posted 17 days ago
Two Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police officers and a state park ranger helped rescue a bald eagle that was struck by a car Monday. Authorities say the eagle was hit by the car while it was feeding on a dead rabbit on Interstate 68 in... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Concoct a Prize-Winning Oyster Recipeit is an oyster contest,” says long-time organizer Noreen Eberly. The contest
Bay Weekly / Posted 22 days ago
it is an oyster contest,” says long-time organizer Noreen Eberly. The contest is sponsored by the Rotary Club of St. Mary’s County, St. Mary’s County Department of Economic & Community Development and the Maryland Department of Natural Res... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Man sentenced for 2015 fatal bar-hopping boat crashhome detention for a July 2015 boat crash that killed two people and injured fi
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
home detention for a July 2015 boat crash that killed two people and injured five others on a cruise to Baltimore bars. Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police say in a news release that 57-year-old Timothy Jay Wilson was sentenced... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Fate of Md.'s blue crabs hangs in the balanceMuch has been made over the Maryland Department of Natural Resources making som
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
Much has been made over the Maryland Department of Natural Resources making some minor tweaks to limit the harvest of female blue crabs this fall in response to warnings from the Blue Crab Advisory Report, which urged reductions because of a... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Man sentenced for 2015 fatal bar hopping boat crashhome detention for a July 2015 boat crash that killed two people and injured fi
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 22 days ago
home detention for a July 2015 boat crash that killed two people and injured five others on a cruise to Baltimore bars. Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police say in a news release that 57-year-old Timothy Jay Wilson was sentenced... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Baltimore Man Sentenced For 2015 Fatal Boat Crashon two counts of negligent manslaughter and one count of causing life-threateni
CBS Baltimore / Posted 22 days ago
on two counts of negligent manslaughter and one count of causing life-threatening injuries in a vessel while intoxicated. Maryland Department of Natural Resources police say Wilson invited seven people celebrating a birthday in Dundalk to ride on... Read more
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Daily Press
VMRC officially curbs blue crab harvestBull said Virginia is "the first out of the gate" to take action. Other manager
Daily Press / Posted 24 days ago
Bull said Virginia is "the first out of the gate" to take action. Other managers of the bay's blue crab fishery are the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the Potomac River Fisheries Commission. Virginia watermen dispute that the crab... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Fireworks by Waterfrom the dream. • Inexperienced boaters — and lots of them: July and August se
Bay Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
from the dream. • Inexperienced boaters — and lots of them: July and August see the most boating traffic, and according to Maryland Department of Natural Resources account for half of the annual boating accidents in Maryland. July 3 and 4 are big... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Autumn Afieldstocks of oysters in the mid and upper Bay. With the bivalves at under 10 perce
Bay Weekly / Posted a month ago
stocks of oysters in the mid and upper Bay. With the bivalves at under 10 percent of the historic population, perhaps Maryland Department of Natural Resources will finally declare a moratorium on all further harvest of the surviving... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
In Baltimore County crab houses, business steams oncrab shops say this year's supply is meeting demand, even though populations of
Baltimore Sun / Posted a month ago
crab shops say this year's supply is meeting demand, even though populations of the Chesapeake blues are declining. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources late last month announced the state would be shortening the commercial crabbing... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Fish tales: DNR's Maryland Angler's Log a valuable resource for biologistsIn 2010, the term “crowdsourcing” was not quite grown up, still just 4 years ol
Baltimore Sun / Posted a month ago
In 2010, the term “crowdsourcing” was not quite grown up, still just 4 years old, but already it had found the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. By accident, really. For the previous seven years, Maryland Fishing and Boating Services had... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Technology offers 'hidden gems' to paddlers on Maryland water trailto protect it more.” Water trails have surged in popularity in the last few ye
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
to protect it more.” Water trails have surged in popularity in the last few years, said Lisa Gutierrez, director of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ office of public access, water trails and recreation planning. The state is home to... Read more

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