Hurricane Sandy restoration saves shorebirds, ‘living fossils’ they rely on
Coastal Restoration / Endangered Species / Fisheries / Habitat restoration / Partnerships

Hurricane Sandy restoration saves shorebirds, ‘living fossils’ they rely on

Today we’re sharing a post from GeoSpace by Kate Wheeling about the successful $1.65 million project to restore Sandy-affected beaches on Cape May’s inner shoreline, work that reinforced some of the most critically important stopover habitat for migrating shorebirds in Delaware Bay. Continue reading

The view from above – an aerial tour of Hurricane Sandy recovery and resiliency sites: Day 4
Blog entries / Coastal Restoration / Habitat restoration / Invasive species / National wildlife refuges / Science and research / Wetlands

The view from above – an aerial tour of Hurricane Sandy recovery and resiliency sites: Day 4

This week we are taking to the sky to get a birds-eye view of some Hurricane Sandy recovery and resiliency sites. On day 4, we flew along coastal Maryland, into Virginia and over Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading