Tag Archives: South_River

Capital Gazette: Driven to serve: Watershed leader Kincey Potter honored by bay trust

From the Capital Gazette, about Kincey’s ” Ellen Fraites Wagner Award” from the Chesapeake Bay Trust, for her efforts at watershed restoration and Bay improvements over the past 13 years. Driven to serve: Watershed leader Kincey Potter honored by bay … Continue reading

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Capital Gazette Profile: Erik Michelsen, Anne Arundel Watershed Protection and Restoration Program

An excellent profile of the man, and description of the program, by E. B. (Pat) Furgurson III at <http://www.capitalgazette.com/news/ph-ac-cn-people-watch-michelsen-0103-20160103-story.html&gt; People to watch: Erik Michelsen Watershed Protection and Restoration Program Administrator Erik Michelsen oversees the administration of the county’s multi-million dollar … Continue reading

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Dissolved Oxygen at the Head of Church Creek for 20 days June to July

These are the monitoring results from Church Creek, a sub-watershed in the South River watershed, early in the season — before it gets bad. Provided by a continuous monitor (“Connie” the con-mon) at the head of the tidal portion of the … Continue reading

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The Optimism of Spring

Three sites, three new osprey nests on the South River, this morning, 18 March.Worth noting that all three sites had NO nesting materials as recently as the 8th of March.Those birds been working hard.Two ospreys on the nest, a harassing crow in th… Continue reading

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Osprey is Back!!

Kayaking in the South River on Tuesday, 9 March, we were looking for an osprey, since we had seen or heard individual birds since Sunday. Saw nothing, but paddled over to see if there was any nest-building sign on mark #15 (in front of the Londont… Continue reading

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Busy Beavers . . .

Took advantage of the nice weather, and a relatively high tide to re-visit the beaver dam and lodge in the headwaters of Church Creek. It seems that the beavers have been busy in the past year, and maybe they’ve been able to take advantage of the … Continue reading

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South River Federation Thanks Kincey

At its General Meeting Tuesday, October 19th, the South River Federation Continue reading

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