Chesapeake Bay Magazine
The Best of the Bay
Naturalist John Page Williams goes beneath the surface to tell you what the Chesapeake Bay’s wildlife is up to.
An ancient fish makes a comeback
A solid oyster reef takes teamwork.
Let’s go where the river otters go. By John Page Williams Have you seen round
How the Bay becomes the storage cell and pantry for renewal and life. By John
Long-tail sea ducks mark the arrival of winter on the Bay.
November in this part of the Bay will turn anyone into an avid birdwatcher.
The seasonal churn of wind and water that fuels the Bay By John Page Williams
When late summer turns to early fall, the Bay’s marshes and swamps are simply lovely.
Young ospreys learn survival skills By John Page Williams If you spend any time around
By John Page Williams A bunch of years ago, when I was running school field