A Bird’s Eye View of Marshy Point

This bird’s eye view of Marshy Point is magnificent.

Most tidal marshes are salt or brackish. A unique assemblage of birds inhabits salt and brackish marshes. Some species evolved in this harsh environment and live nowhere else. Cheasapeake Bay’s salt marshes host globally significant populations of 2 such species, Saltmarsh Sparrow and Black Rail. – Audubon Maryland-DC