The Largest Estuary on The East Coast
What is an Estuary?
An estuary is a body of water that is partially enclosed, where saltwater from the ocean and freshwater from rivers meets. Many different habitats are found in and around estuaries, and thousands of species of birds, fish, and wildlife depend on them to live, feed, and reproduce. Estuaries support wildlife like turtles, clams, oysters, crabs, and many different types of fish.
These are also the sources of the photos.