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Northern cardinal A Maryland native shrub, the surrounding winter foliage of this Northern bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica) shrub provided a male Northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) with a protected perch. bird,passerine,perching,habitat,native plant,wetland,marsh,Chesapeake,Maryland
Northern cardinalPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network34 views0 downloads (Details)A Maryland native shrub, the surrounding winter foliage of this Northern bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica) shrub provided a male Northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) with a protected perch.Add to lightbox
Northern cardinal A Maryland native shrub, the surrounding winter foliage of this Northern bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica) shrub provided a male Northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) with a protected perch. bird,passerine,perching,habitat,native plant,wetland,marsh,Chesapeake,Maryland
Northern cardinalPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network41 views0 downloads (Details)A Maryland native shrub, the surrounding winter foliage of this Northern bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica) shrub provided a male Northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) with a protected perch.Add to lightbox
Bee balm (Monarda didyma) Perennial native plants like the bee balm (Monarda didyma) are recommended for rain gardens, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The red color attracts hummingbirds and pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies. photo,native plant,flora,green,sustainable,habitat,conservation,BMP,bioretention,butterfly,hummingbird,pollination,bird,wildlife,landscape,Eastern Shore of Maryland,Plantae,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Asterids,Lamiales,Lamiaceae,Monarda,M. didyma
Bee balm (Monarda didyma)Photo (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network63 views3 downloads (Details)Perennial native plants like the bee balm (Monarda didyma) are recommended for rain gardens, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The red color attracts hummingbirds and pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies.Add to lightbox
Coneflowers (Echinecea) and bee Perennial native plants like coneflowers (Echinecea) are recommended for rain gardens, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. They attract birds and pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies. photo,native plant,flora,green,sustainable,habitat,BMP,bioretention,butterfly,hummingbird,pollination,wildlife,landscape,conservation,Maryland Eastern Shore,Plantae,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Asterids,Asterales,Asteraceae,Asteroideae,Heliantheae,Echinacea
Coneflowers (Echinecea) and beePhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network31 views4 downloads (Details)Perennial native plants like coneflowers (Echinecea) are recommended for rain gardens, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. They attract birds and pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies.Add to lightbox
Forester and landowner consult Landowner and Chesapeake Watershed Forester discuss how to handle the invasive poison ivy climbing the trees, on an Eastern Shore of Maryland farm. photo,BMP,best management practice,non-native,pest,management,partnership,conservation,tree,forest,forestry
Forester and landowner consultPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network14 views0 downloads (Details)Landowner and Chesapeake Watershed Forester discuss how to handle the invasive poison ivy climbing the trees, on an Eastern Shore of Maryland farm.Add to lightbox
Black oak (Quercus velutina) volunteer Black oak (Quercus velutina) seedling that has emerged on its own. photo,tree,native,Eastern Shore,Maryland,Plantae,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Rosids,Fagales,Fagaceae,Lobatae
Black oak (Quercus velutina) volunteerPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network15 views0 downloads (Details)Black oak (Quercus velutina) seedling that has emerged on its own.Add to lightbox
Mytilus galloprovincialis (Mediterranean Mussel) The Mediterranean mussel is a species of bivalve, a marine mollusc in the family Mytilidae. It is an invasive species in many parts of the world, as well as an object of aquaculture in Spain and China. ian,symbol,vector,aquaculture,filter feeder,introduced,non-native
Mytilus galloprovincialis (Mediterranean Mussel)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network195 views23 downloads (Details)The Mediterranean mussel is a species of bivalve, a marine mollusc in the family Mytilidae. It is an invasive species in many parts of the world, as well as an object of aquaculture in Spain and China.Add to lightbox
Salmo salar (Atlantic Salmon) The Atlantic salmon is an anadromous fish, typically spending 2-3 years in freshwater, migrating to the ocean where it also spends 2-3 years, and then returning to its natal river to spawn. It originally occurred in every country with rivers flowing in to the North Atlantic Ocean and the Baltic Sea and is thus native to the region. Today, the species distribution has decreased in its southern range on
both sides of the Atlantic. ian,symbol,vector,aquaculture,Norway,Chile
Salmo salar (Atlantic Salmon)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network136 views30 downloads (Details)The Atlantic salmon is an anadromous fish, typically spending 2-3 years in freshwater, migrating to the ocean where it also spends 2-3 years, and then returning to its natal river to spawn. It originally occurred in every country with rivers flowing in to the North Atlantic Ocean and the Baltic Sea and is thus native to the region. Today, the species distribution has decreased in its southern range on
both sides of the Atlantic.
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Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Silver Carp) This fish is used for aquaculture throughout Asia, particularly in China and Vietnam. Silver carp were imported to North America in the 1970s to control algae growth in aquaculture and municipal wastewater treatment facilities. They escaped from captivity soon after their importation. They are considered a highly invasive species. symbol,vector,illustration,introduction,non-native
Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Silver Carp)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network153 views24 downloads (Details)This fish is used for aquaculture throughout Asia, particularly in China and Vietnam. Silver carp were imported to North America in the 1970s to control algae growth in aquaculture and municipal wastewater treatment facilities. They escaped from captivity soon after their importation. They are considered a highly invasive species.Add to lightbox
Cages protect seabeach amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus) from grazing A sensitive species, seabeach amaranth is aided at Assateague Island National Seashore by a management program that protects a portion of the annual population from being eaten and trampled by horses and deer so they can mature and produce seeds. Conservation efforts have helped the plant population increase to nearly 2,200 individuals in 2007. plant,native,endangered,Maryland,beach,overwash
Cages protect seabeach amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus) from grazingPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network871 views2 downloads (Details)A sensitive species, seabeach amaranth is aided at Assateague Island National Seashore by a management program that protects a portion of the annual population from being eaten and trampled by horses and deer so they can mature and produce seeds. Conservation efforts have helped the plant population increase to nearly 2,200 individuals in 2007.Add to lightbox
Seabeach amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus) under protective cage A sensitive species, seabeach amaranth is aided at Assateague Island National Seashore by a management program that protects a portion of the annual population from being eaten and trampled by horses and deer so they can mature and produce seeds. Conservation efforts have helped the plant population increase to nearly 2,200 individuals in 2007. plant,native,endangered,Maryland,beach
Seabeach amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus) under protective cagePhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network473 views2 downloads (Details)A sensitive species, seabeach amaranth is aided at Assateague Island National Seashore by a management program that protects a portion of the annual population from being eaten and trampled by horses and deer so they can mature and produce seeds. Conservation efforts have helped the plant population increase to nearly 2,200 individuals in 2007.Add to lightbox
Fiber logs Natural fiber logs for sale at a local hardware store in Cambridge MD. These logs are designed to be used in constructing a natural "living shoreline", as opposed to a hardened shoreline that employs a concrete bulkhead or stone rip rap. The former creates habitat for native plants and wildlife where the latter removes habitat. jute,log,shoreline,erosion,protection,buffer,climate change,sea level rise,storm,flooding,mitigation
Fiber logsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network347 views2 downloads (Details)Natural fiber logs for sale at a local hardware store in Cambridge MD. These logs are designed to be used in constructing a natural "living shoreline", as opposed to a hardened shoreline that employs a concrete bulkhead or stone rip rap. The former creates habitat for native plants and wildlife where the latter removes habitat.Add to lightbox

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