Partners and Related Organizations:
There are many organizations and groups committed to helping preserve the Eastern Shore as well as conservation efforts. Below are brief descriptions and links to partners of the Tri-County Bird Club and MOS.
A Salisbury University collaborative project amongst 13 students who dedicated an entire website towards promoting stewardship and ultimately concern for the environmental impacts from human presence around the Wicomico River. To learn more about WRSI, click on the WRSI picutre.
The link below will take you to a page specifically dedicated to Birds and birding around Wicomico County.
The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Arts offers environmental education for adults, families, children, and schools. They have many free art sessions for kids, carving classes for adults, and field trip opportunities for schools. Located right on the Wicomico River, there are always ducks, birds, and waterfowl around the museum. To lean more above The Ward Museum, click on the picture above.
The Wicomico Creekwatchers is a citizen run group of volunteers started in 2002 that takes water quality samples from 25 different parts of the river and creates an annual monitoring report which is available for the public to view. They test for nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment within the Wicomico River. They are always in need of more volunteers. To learn more click on the Wicomico Creekwatchers picture.