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                        英皇棋牌A kayaker enjoys the Susquehanna River near Harrisburg.

                        Miguel Angel de la Cueva/iLCP

                        Learn About and Explore the Chesapeake Bay and its Tributaries

                        英皇棋牌There's a lot more to learn about the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers and streams. These web sites and materials will inspire you to get to know the watershed better.

                         Resources to Explore the Bay | Links to Bay-Related Web Sites

                         Resources to Explore the Bay

                        There are dozens of ways to explore the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers. From mobile apps to websites to maps, here's our selection of resources to help you explore the Bay and its tributaries, paddle historic water trails, plan an excursion through history across the watershed, and even find healthy beaches.

                         Exploring the Bay and Its Tributaries

                        Online Chesapeake Bay, Susquehanna River & Tidal Tributaries Access Guide
                        In 2012, 18 new public access sites opened up across the region. The Chesapeake Bay Program's online Public Access Guide provides information on over 500 major public access sites in the Bay region. Users can find sites offering opportunities for boating, fishing, wildlife observation, and beach use. Search for public access point by address, city, or zip code. Check it out at .

                         Water Trails

                        Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail
                        Four hundred years ago Englishman John Smith set off with a small crew in an open boat to explore the Chesapeake Bay. Between 1607 and 1609 Smith mapped and documented nearly 3,000 of the Bay and its rivers. The trail, which follows his travels, was officially launched on May 12, 2007 and was the first national historic watertrail established by Congress. Visit the National Park Service's trail website at for information, resources, and maps.

                        A Boater's Guide to the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail
                        Publication
                        This guide is a joint project of the National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office, the Chesapeake Conservancy, and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and is written by CBF Senior Naturalist and Chesapeake boater extraordinaire, John Page Williams. It introduces paddlers and boaters to the best places to access the trail along with other practical information for boaters within the historical context of Captain John Smith's explorations 400 years ago. (PDF, 102 pgs)

                        Mobile app & website
                        Released by The Chesapeake Conservancy on the 10 year anniversary of the Trail, the app uses storymap technology from Esri to create an interactive series of maps that help users plan trips along the Trail from their computer, smartphone, or tablet. Find it at

                        Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy System
                        This network of observation buoys mark points along the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail. Just pull out your cell phone and check real-time weather and environmental information like wind speed, temperature, and wave height at any buoy location. These "smart buoys" can also tell you something about John Smith's adventures during his 1608 voyage. Enjoy exploring the Bay with the help of the Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy System (CBIBS) at , by phone at 877-BUOY-BAY (toll-free), or via smartphone apps for and .

                        Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
                        America's second national historic watertrail, the Star-Spangled Banner trail tells the story of the Chesapeake Bay region's involvement in the War of 1812 and tells the stories of the events, people, and places that led to the birth of our National Anthem. Find out more at .

                        Find more water trails and paddling opportunities throughout the Chesapeake Bay region—from New York to Virginia—at .

                         Explore the Region

                        Find Your Chesapeake
                        Your guide to exploring the Chesapeake Bay region. Learn about more than 360 parks, wildlife refuges, museums, sailing ships, historic communities, trails, and more. This is a great place to start planning your excursion. Visit the website at .

                        National Wildlife Refuges: Chesapeake Bay
                        The Chesapeake Conservancy worked with the National Geographic Society, with support from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, to create this app (currently , Android version to come) incorporating the popular Project Noah wildlife photo-sharing service. Using the app, visitors to national wildlife refuges in the Chesapeake region can take photos and share them with a worldwide community of wildlife enthusiasts and experts. The app also includes information on refuge locations, maps, hours, and more.

                         Safe Swimming

                        Maryland Healthy Beaches Google™ Earth Beach Notification System
                        Get updates, advisories, and closing information on every beach in Maryland, using the free Google™ Earth application. Go to for easy instructions, and to download the current update file and Google Earth application.

                        Waterkeeper Swim Guide
                        Identify at a glance which beaches are clean for swimming and which have water quality problems, help protect your waterway by reporting pollution or environmental concerns, and more. or (available for Apple and Android).

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                         Links to Bay-Related Web Sites

                        The following is a list of useful Chesapeake Bay and/or conservation related web sites. Your suggestions are welcome. Please e-mail them to . Thanks!

                        • The EPA has designed an interactive database of water quality monitoring reports for students to investigate elements like bacteria, dissolved oxygen, and others.
                        • No Child Left Inside Coalition

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