Osprey, eagles, and herons all hunt for fish. Do they compete with each other? Find out on this trip. Ages 8 and older. $7 per person, $5 for members. Bring your binoculars or we’ll provide them. Space is limited. Registration required.
It’s one of the 3 lines of defense for the Chesapeake. Join a naturalist as we catch the animals that live in Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) and learn how to identify them.
Welcome aboard! Join us for some tall tales, sea shanties and a treasure hunt (X) marks the spot. Free for all ages.
Learn the basic strokes needed to master a canoe. Ages 8 to adult. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. $7 non-members, $5 members. Space is limited. Registration required.
Congratulations to Sarah Kulis and Maura Neely, winners of Marshy Point Nature Center Council’s 2016 scholarships (each valued at $500)! Sarah and Maura are committed to the environment. Each has over 1,000 hours of volunteer experience at locations including Marshy Point (where they both served as Marsh Rangers), the National Aquarium in Baltimore, and other […]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 →