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Chesapeake Bay Field Office Biologist Speaks at Local School
Northeast Region, April 20, 2011
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Osprey chick with fishing line, Pete McGowan, USFWS
Osprey chick with fishing line, Pete McGowan, USFWS - Photo Credit: n/a
Adult osprey, Pete McGowan, USFWS
Adult osprey, Pete McGowan, USFWS - Photo Credit: n/a

On April 20, 2011, Chesapeake bay Field Office biologist Chris Guy spent the day with St. Andrews United Methodist Day School in Edgewater, Maryland. Chris spoke to preschool and kindergarten classes about the biology and life history of ospreys in the Chesapeake Bay and the dangers that  fishing line, old balloons and other trash pose to this beautiful bird. St. Andrews Methodist Day School is a green school which incorporates environmental and ecological education as part of its curriculum.

 

For more information contact:

Chris Guy

410/573-4529


Contact Info: Kathryn Reshetiloff, 410-573-4582, kathryn_reshetiloff@fws.gov



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