Yes, our native lizards can actually leap! The hotter it is outside, the quicker they can move. Learn which lizards inhabit the park on this hike.
Explore the estuary and more with our expert bird watchers.
Mammals leave behind distinctive tracks and a little something else that tells you about their lives. Join us to learn about animal lives and make a tasty treat. $3 per person, $2 for members.
Whooo goes there? The Great Horned Owl is king of the forest. Join us for s’mores then help us call in Mr. Hooty. $3pp, $2/members. Reservations required.
Maura graduated from Maryvale Preparatory School with high honors. She will be attending the State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime College, majoring in Marine and Environmental Science. She hopes to help make and enforce environmental policy. She was also the recipient of many awards in school, as well as awards from other outside groups […]CONTINUE READING →
Marshy Point’s Summer event calendar (covering June to August 2016) is now online. Events include: Pre-K Nature Drop-Ins (once a month during the Summer), Father’s Day Weekend Canoe Trip, Basic Paddling Course, Frog Round-up, Chesapeake Bay Pirates, Make Your Own Watercolors, and a Crabby Canoe Trip! The Summer 2016 edition of our newsletter, Cattails, is […]CONTINUE READING →
For those of us that live close to the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, the return of ospreys each year in March is one of our region’s most recognizable and loudest signs of Spring. Their loud, shrill calls begin as they set up territories, find mates, and build nests. Ospreys are unique among raptors (birds […]CONTINUE READING →