North Marsh

2019 Status:

Substrate: Soggy muck with Spartina alternifiora growth with ribbed mussel clumps along the embankments.

Wildlife: Migrating and resident shorebirds.

Status: The western embankments are severely eroded, cantilevered, and lined with colonies of ribbed mussel. During high tide, the embankments are flooded to the east side, especially adjacent to the silt curtains.

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2020 Report

Coming soon. See the 2019 report below for the most up-to-date status.

2019 Report

Substrate: Soggy muck with Spartina alternifiora growth with ribbed mussel clumps along the embankments.

Wildlife: Migrating and resident shorebirds.

Status: The western embankments are severely eroded, cantilevered, and lined with colonies of ribbed mussel. During high tide, the embankments are flooded to the east side, especially adjacent to the silt curtains.

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