Florida wildlife officials on Feb. 5 rescued an 1,100-pound male manatee in Florida after he was spotted swimming sideways, a signal of distress. Suffering from malnutrition and severe pneumonia, he was taken to SeaWorld Orlando for rehabilitation.Read More
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By Timothy B. Wheeler, Bay Journal News Service Those who live near the water around the...Read More
Ready for a splash, but what’s in the water? Risk of COVID-19 seems low, but tainted stormwater still poses risks
There are plenty of reasons to stay out of some Chesapeake Bay waters, particularly after a heavy rain. When stormwater hits local waterways, it may be carrying bacteria, toxins, animal waste and even raw sewage. Can it carry the coronavirus too?Read More
One of the oldest methods for capturing runoff, the stormwater pond, is getting a digital makeover.Read More
Responding to employers’ calls, including those of crab meat processing companies in Virginia and Maryland, the federal government said on March 5 that it would release an additional 35,000 temporary visas for foreign workers. But the coronavirus pandemic is complicating things.Read More
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