Cool Outdoor Stuff: The Chesapeake’s World of Clams

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With all the concerns recently related to the health of the Chesapeake Bay’s crab and oyster populations, the Upper Bay’s clams sometimes gets lost in the conversation. While it is important to note that these brackish water clams has no economic impact to speak off, due to the fact that it can only tolerate low levels of salt and therefore is not present bay wide, they are cool nonetheless.

In this latest installment of the Spy’s Cool Outdoor Stuff, Captain Andy McCown from Echo Hill Outdoor School puts the spotlight on the clam world found in the Upper Chesapeake the the wonders found in its survival skills.

This video is approximately five minutes in length. Gibson Anthony is our videographer

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  1. Elizabeth Fisher says:

    Loved the short. I didn’t know about the existence of brackish clams before seeing the video. The sound quality and picture was very good, and I found Andy McCown’s delivery entertaining. Keep ’em coming!

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