A roundup of eco-news from around the area.
MIke Frizzell knows it can get real weird out there.
Penguin Coast and Living Seashore exhibits nab top honors from Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Nonprofit creating virtual tours from the water, including the Inner Harbor.
NFL MVP’s spike attempt blocked by local woman and other things in sports this week.
The country's first dolphin reservation is expected to be complete by 2020.
Exaggerator takes Preakness but two horses die in earlier races.
Overall health improved in 2015, Maryland scientists report.
Friday's 19th annual event comes amid expanding bike infrastructure.
Sunrise at Old Hilltop tours offer insider's look at Preakness.
City bicycling nonprofit launches yearlong campaign with Remington event.
And four other important developments this week in Baltimore sports.
Can a retired female cop and an ex-offender turned baker make a difference?
Second-ranking Diocese of Maryland leader killed popular cyclist two days after Christmas.
Initiative comes ahead of first-ever Great Baltimore Oyster Festival this weekend.
The Baltimore area abounds with opportunities to catch sight of our avian friends on the move.
22nd annual ride adds 36-mile road and single-track route with mountain bikers in mind.
With $2.8 million in seed money, City again seeks vendors for bicycle initiative.
Bicyclist was killed two days after Christmas.
Habitats of North American birds are shrinking because of warmer temperatures, study says.
From America's only high-wheel race to the Civil War Century, the best pedaling is just starting.
Saturday festival celebrates three-year transformation led by the City Recreation and Parks Department.
Social media campaign celebrating city’s diverse bicycling community turns to crowdfunding for film project.
Group says General Assembly made progress in protecting environment and Bay last session.
Rawlings-Blake announces review of all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues.
Inner Harbor aquarium will live-stream shark feedings and host daily diver chats.
Waterfront Partnership raising money for cleanup innovation off Boston Street.
Rawlings-Blake “disheartened" by decision; Montgomery and Prince George's line gets go-ahead.
Kinetic Sculpture Race, Tour dem Parks, Hon!, Bikes & Beer are early summer highlights.
Scores marginally improve, but long way to go for harbor and tributaries.
Check out the peregrine chicks on Chesapeake Conservancy's webcam.
Contents of 1815 cornerstone and 1915 box revealed at Walters Art Museum.
State remains in solid position, but drops three spots overall.
Annual festival offers chance to mix Western Maryland camping, hiking, and biking with music.
Free coffee, bagels and giveaways at 33 morning "pit stops" around the Baltimore area.
Baltimore Episcopal Bishop faces hit & run, DUI and manslaughter charges next month.
Series of ecological disasters sparked movement for stronger environmental laws 45 years ago today.
Ron Cassie is a senior editor for Baltimore, where he covers the environment, education, medicine, politics, and city life.
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Amy Mulvihill is a senior editor at Baltimore, where she covers the environment, travel, real estate, neighborhood news, and culture.
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