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The varied ecosystems of the Chesapeake Bay provided the Native Americans with an abundance of natural resources.  The rivers allowed
Amphibians are cold-blooded animals that have a backbone and lay eggs. Most amphibians spend their “childhood” in water and “adulthood”
When fresh water reaches the Chesapeake, it mixes with salt water from the Atlantic Ocean to create brackish water. Ecosystems
The Chesapeake Bay is home to the Eastern Oyster. Oysters are bivalves, animals with two shells that spend almost all
Wiggly, squiggly, slimy worms are an important food source for animals and help plants by burrowing through the soil. Printables:
Animal families, like ours, come in different shapes and sizes. Some families, like Beaver colonies, have parents, older siblings, and
The days are cold and short! Thick fur, sleeping through the winter, or moving to a warmer area are just
Fish are animals that live in the water and have backbones, gills, and fins. The Chesapeake Bay is home to
February is here, and we all know what that means, Groundhog Day is near! Legend has it; if a groundhog
Did you know that water can be a solid, liquid, or gas?!? Snow is a special form of solid water