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Home > Visit a Gateway > Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge - Rock Hall, MD
News & Press: Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network provides grants to four Baltimore landmarks - 09/19/2005
Bay Journal Article:

Eastern Neck Island's marshes a magnet for winter waterfowl (February 2010) - William Dixon made his first approach to Eastern Neck Island in 1923, on the edge of a nor'easter. But it wasn't the storm that impressed him.

National Wildlife Refuges celebrating 100th anniversary (January 2003) - March 14, 2003 marks a milestone in the history of wildlife conservation in America — the centennial anniversary of the National Wildlife Refuge System. The National Wildlife Refuge System is the United State’s only network of federal lands dedicated specifically to conserving wildlife and protecting our wild heritage.

Visitors of all species flock to Eastern Neck Wildlife Refuge (December 2002) - Day in and day out, thousands of drivers cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on the way to Maryland’s Eastern Shore and marvel at the panoramic view as the distant shoreline gets closer and closer.


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