Rising Waters Are Pushing Out Refuge Wildlife
The coastal marshes are disappearing at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Rising sea levels are swamping so much of the marsh that the entire area could be open water in a few decades, making it unsuitable for migrating birds, fish and other animals that find shelter in the marshes.
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