SBW Monofilament Cleanups Protect Sea Birds

Recently 15 MOTE interns measured 292 yards (2.92 football fields) of entangling debris that was collected by SBW volunteers during their 2014 island and coastal shoreline cleanups.  This data is shared with local and state scientists working on entanglement issues. Removing fishing line from bird nesting habitat, islands and coastlines helps to protect our sea...
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Fun Science!

Recently SBW presented a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Workshop for area middle school students. The workshop provided hands-on learning about marine food chains and ecosystems, a close up look at live bay scallops, understanding nutrient impacts in our watershed and water quality testing of bay water with and without fertilizer present. The event was...
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