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Tidal freshwater oligohaline marsh

Research at CCB helped identify this marsh at Mulberry Point on the Rappahannock River, VA as critical for supporting marsh birds such as king rails, least bitterns, and the coastal plain swamp sparrow. Photo by Bryan Watts.