In collaboration with the Chesapeake Conservancy, Terrain 360 is making virtual riverview tours for the John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail — the Patuxent is the 11th waterway mapped to date in the region.
While the eagle cameras are amazing, bird lovers might want to stretch their wings a little and check out some other amazing cams of fine, feathered friends online.
The virtual tour comprises nearly a half-million images, letting online viewers look around at any section of the Potomac River and from any vantage point they choose.
The Chesapeake Conservancy has teamed up again with a Richmond virtual tour company to map and record 92 miles of the Patapsco River, including Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Chesapeake Conservancy and Terrain360 are using drones to give a bird’s-eye tour of historic shipwrecks in an inaccessible zone of the Potomac River.
D.C.’s bald eagles are the focus of a lot of anxious eyes as webcam watchers check in on the latest developments of the nesting pair and their young family. But there’s a lot more “reality TV” in bird land.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Government agencies and the Chesapeake Conservancy are committing $9.7 million to discourage development in parts of three states within the aircraft testing range of the Patuxent River Naval Air Station in southern…
On Tuesday, the Chesapeake Conservancy launched a live feed of a webcam of a peregrine falcon nest located in downtown Baltimore.
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