Marsh Notes Newsletter

Marsh Notes is a quarterly publication of the Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary. Current events, research summaries, upcoming programs, volunteer opportunities, and much more can be found within the pages of the newsletter.

The Winter 2016 issue features:

  • Personal Reflections from Sanctuary Leaders from 1985 to Present
  • Darcy Herman Joins Jug Bay Staff as Naturalist
  • New JBWS T-Shirt Styles Available
  • New Bald Eagle Nest Monitoring Program Launched by Maryland Bird Conservation Initiative
  • ActiveNet Online Registration for JBWS Public Programs
  • Public Programs and Volunteer Opportunities - December 2015--February 2016
  • Who Will Help Us Plant These Seeds?
  • Adopt-A-Plot Program Returns to Meet Sanctuary Goals and Volunteer Desires
  • Understanding Climate Variability in the Chesapeake Bay

​NOTE OF CORRECTION: The winter 2016 issue lists the wrong day of the week for the Volunteer Social. The Volunteer Social will be held on Saturday, February 13, 2016.


Fall 2015
Summer 2015 issue
Spring 2015 (Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship​, 30 Years of Water Quality Data, 30 for 30 programs, 30 Year Highlights, Volunteer Social Celebrates 30 Year volunteers, Meet the New Editor, Chris Patrick, A Brief History of NERRS)
Winter 2015 (Farewell Elaine, Ode to the Passenger Pigeon, New Phytoplankton Education program. Bird Conservation Initiative Update​, Jenny Allen: New CBNERR-MD Research Coordinator)
Fall 2014 (Eastern Spadefoot, Spring Festival Review, News in the Forest, Dave Perry: Ron Blake Award, Coastal Resiliency)
Summer 2014 (Teaching Climate Change, Jug Bay Award, New Christmas Fern Trail, Bathroom Renovation, Beautiful Bees)
Spring 2014
Winter 2013-14
Fall 2013
Summer 2013
Spring 2013
Winter 2012/2013
Fall 2012
Summer 2012
Spring 2012
Winter 2011/12
Fall 2011
Summer 2011
Spring 2011
Winter 2010/11
Fall 2010
Summer 2010 
Spring 2010
Winter 2009/10
Fall 2009
Summer 2009
Spring 2009
Winter 2008/09
Fall 2008
Summer 2008
Spring 2008
Winter 2007/08
Fall 2007
Summer 2007
Spring 2007
Winter 2006/07
Fall 2005
Fall 2004

Hard copies of all older newsletters are at the Wetlands Center.