Their mission is a simple one. Rescue marine animals that have somehow foundered. Whether sick, injured, or simply lost, dedicated scientists and volunteers from the national Aquarium in Baltimore apply all of the skill necessary to rescue, rehabilitate and release many of these rare creatures.
Eco-tourism is a relatively new term, but it describes something that’s been around forever: recreation. Especially leisure activities in Maryland, which boasts diversity so wide that the state is nicknamed “America in Miniature.” From the mountains at the state’s western edge, to the beaches on the Atlantic, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has been busy finding the best in recreational opportunities across the state for Marylanders to enjoy.
The Land Between Two Waters
It is a great link to the past. Nassawango Creek, a jewel on Maryland’s lower Eastern Shore, is a refuge for rare species and towering bald cypress trees.