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One day-old Snowy Plover chick #N431 on the Coos Bay North Spit, 94 HRA, Coos Bay, Oregon.  (Rights to use this igital image for any purpose have been purchased from Kathy Castelein)
 Shells containing oyster spat raised by the Oyster Recovery Partnership are bagged and placed on pallets to grow before being transplanted to a designated oyster reef elsewhere in the Chesapeake Bay.
 Moonrise over Gig Harbor as salmon fishermen try their luck in the shallows off the spit. Mt. Rainier is visible in the left center.
 Moonrise over Gig Harbor as salmon fishermen try their luck in the shallows off the spit.  Pleasure boaters are returning to harbor as the day ends. Mt. Rainier is visible in the left center.
Adult female Snowy Plover incubating N755.  Coos Bay North Spit, South Spoil.  Coos Bay County Oregon. . (Rights to use this digital iMage for any purpose have been purchased from Kathy Castelein photographer)
Blue Heron in nest at North Spit.
Elk River Spit, Oregon
 Shells containing oyster spat raised by the Oyster Recovery Partnership are piled up waiting to be moved to a permanent oyster bed off of the Severn River.
 Morse River Inlet showing tidal marsh showing prograding of the barrier spit.
 Volunteers assist the Oyster Recovery Partnership in their effort to transplant oyster spat before the population is decimated by the Stylochus flatworm. Hatchery bags are stacked aboard the ROBERT LEE.
Dungeness Spit Trail
 'Buy boat' ROBERT LEE docked at the University of Maryland Horn Point Environmental Laboratory on the Choptank River.  Used by the Oyster Recovery Partnership to transplant oyster spat to permanent oyster beds in the Chesapeake Bay.
Mud, Spit and Work
Adult male Snowy Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus) North Spit Coos Bay.  (Rights to use this digital image for any purpose have been purchased from Kathy Castelein photographer)
 Volunteers assist the Oyster Recovery Partnership in their effort to transplant oyster spat before the population is decimated by the Stylochus flatworm. Workers from the Bay Bus Partnership Project are in the water preparing pallets of hatchery bags to
Snowy Plover nest on the South Spoil, Coos Bay North Spit.  Coos County Oregon.  (Rights to use this digital image for any purpose have been purchased from Kathy Castelein photographer)
 Cleanup of  a sandy spit adjacent to Southwest Pass levee following oil spill. This area is used extensively as cattle pasture despite its inaccessibility from  land.  Cattle are brought in by barge.
 Aerial photograph. The Coast Guard base and piers at Homer Spit.
Snowy Plover Habitat at North Spit.
 Volunteers from the Bay Bus Partnership Project assist the Oyster Recovery Partnership in their effort to transplant oyster spat before the population is  decimated by the Stylochus flatworm. Preparing pallets of hatchery bags to be loaded aboard the ROB
 Volunteers assist the Oyster Recovery Partnership in their effort to transplant oyster spat before the population is decimated by the Stylochus flatworm. Pallets are loaded with bags containing the spat and brought on board the ROBERT LEE.
 Sand spit
 Looking past the spit at Gig Harbor to a barge-load of pine bark headed for to Steilacoom.
 Volunteers assist the Oyster Recovery Partnership in their effort to transplant oyster spat before the population is decimated by the Stylochus flatworm. Pallets are loaded with bags containing the spat and brought on board the ROBERT LEE.
 Volunteers assist the Oyster Recovery Partnership in their effort to transplant oyster spat before the population is decimated by the Stylochus flatworm. Pallets are loaded with bags containing the spat and brought on board the ROBERT LEE.
 A firehose is employed by the Captain of the ROBERT LEE to spread oyster spat reared by the Oyster Recovery Partnership.
 Sand spit with dune and strand vegetation, mouth of Fairlee Creek, Kent County.
North Spit at nightfall with sunset.
 A view of Tacoma and Point Defiance from the spit at Gig Harbor.  Debris lines on beach mark the extent of tides in the area.  The ferry boat is proceeding from Tacoma to Vashon Island.
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