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WBOC Salisbury
Winter Turkey Hunting Season Begins Thursday- Maryland hunters who did not get their fill on turkey in the fall season will
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 2 days ago
- Maryland hunters who did not get their fill on turkey in the fall season will get another opportunity to bag a bird. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says a three-day winter turkey hunting season will begin Thursday and conclude on... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Wicomico County Loan Agreements Help Save Shorelines on Local Beachesbeaches will have restored shorelines after the county received around $300,000
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 4 days ago
beaches will have restored shorelines after the county received around $300,000 in interest-free loan agreements with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. The beaches located on Cove Road and Roaring Point are local, well-kept secrets,... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Special Tangier Delivery by MD DNR Ice Cutter, Md. - For the first time since 2015, the Maryland Department of Natural Resou
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 6 days ago
, Md. - For the first time since 2015, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources ice cutter, the J. Millard Tawes, station in Crisfield, cut through the ice Thursday to make a supply deliver to Tangier Island. By the time the sun rose in... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Breaking the Icethroughout the state. Always keep in mind that sufficient ice is the essential
Bay Weekly / Posted 6 days ago
throughout the state. Always keep in mind that sufficient ice is the essential requirement for safe angling. Check with Maryland Department of Natural Resources (www.almanac.com/content/ice-thickness-safety-chart) to be sure that the waters... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Amid region's cold snap, DNR deploys ice breakers in Annapolis and around Chesapeake waterwaysdecks with ice. But wind and weather kept the waves nonetheless moving in liqui
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
decks with ice. But wind and weather kept the waves nonetheless moving in liquid form. Not so by Monday morning. As the Maryland Department of Natural Resources buoy tender carved its way through the Spa Creek, it sent 3-inch chunks of ice... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Scientists say 'dead zones' like those in Chesapeake have grown four-fold across oceans, threaten marine lifeto reduce the amount of nutrients applied to farm fields or released in wastewa
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
to reduce the amount of nutrients applied to farm fields or released in wastewater. About 13.6 percent of water samples the Maryland Department of Natural Resources collected last summer contained dissolved oxygen concentrations below two milligrams... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Ice Cutter and Crew Hard at work in Frigid Tangier SoundCutter in Crisfield know they are going to be called into service. Wednesday w
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 14 days ago
Cutter in Crisfield know they are going to be called into service. Wednesday was the third consecutive day of work for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources boat that works to clear a path through the ice from Crisfield to Smith Island to... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Ocean City Winter Storm Plan in Effectespecially, should stay off of them. If you are unsure if a frozen area of the
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 14 days ago
especially, should stay off of them. If you are unsure if a frozen area of the bay, pond or lake is safe, contact the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, 1-877-620-8DNR before allowing any activity to take place on the ice. For tips on... Read more
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York Daily Record
Outdoors: 'Game warden' is the official titleare recognized for who they are and what they do,” emphasized Burhans. “Anythin
York Daily Record / Posted 21 days ago
are recognized for who they are and what they do,” emphasized Burhans. “Anything less is unacceptable.” WALKING FISH — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is helping Noah Bressman, a Ph.D. candidate from Wake Forest, study the method... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Different kinds of stories, the offbeat from 2017He can't see very well. He can't eat, he can't drink, he's stuck," Chris Beauch
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
He can't see very well. He can't eat, he can't drink, he's stuck," Chris Beauchamp, who lives in the neighborhood, said. Maryland Department of Natural Resources staff spent a good portion of the last weekend in January trying to find the deer to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Ansar housing opponents again say they're not against having Muslim neighborsdecree that ended all prior litigation over development along Trails Way. That
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
decree that ended all prior litigation over development along Trails Way. That litigation involved prior owners and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. “This plan limits residential development to fifty-six (56) attached homes. Homes... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Army Corps Dredging and Jetty Project Begins on Smith Islandtwo jetties at the Rhodes Point section of the island--- while the other involv
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 28 days ago
two jetties at the Rhodes Point section of the island--- while the other involves dredging of two main federal channels. Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Somerset County are teaming up with the Army Corps for the project. The... Read more
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CBC.ca
Snowy owl's return to Ottawa may hold clues to Arctic changesfor us because we don't have a lot of owls that go back and forth," explained D
CBC.ca / Posted 1 months ago
for us because we don't have a lot of owls that go back and forth," explained David Brinker, a wildlife ecologist with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, and a founding member of Project Snowstorm. "And that's very exciting."'Something... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Maryland Agency Announces Oyster Restoration PlanANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland has announced a new plan for oyster restoration.
CBS Baltimore / Posted 1 months ago
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland has announced a new plan for oyster restoration. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources released the plan Friday. It intends to recommend Breton Bay and the upper St. Mary’s River as the fourth and fifth... Read more

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