Seabirds: You may see them perched along a fishing pier poised to scavenge or swooping for fish by the thousands out in the open ocean. This diverse group of marine birds… 700 more words
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Scooping away the last narrow band of mud, a bright yellow excavator released a rush of brackish water into an area cut off from the tides for more than a hundred years. 671 more words
A blue hamlet hangs out in healthy staghorn coral. (NOAA)
Coral reef damaged (right) by the Margara oil tanker grounding in Puerto Rico in April 2006. 920 more words
This is a post by Carl Alderson of NOAA’s Restoration Center.
Looking across the open fields of the surrounding farm community, I am reminded of the long history of both European and Native American settlement in this portion of southwest New Jersey. 555 more words
This is a guest post by Laura Craig, Ph.D., Associate Director of River Restoration, American Rivers.
Early settlement along Pennsylvania’s Darby Creek relied upon dams to turn the water wheels of mills, powering economic growth. 604 more words