“snuggled in one of Maryland's most beautiful coastal bays”
Most of this scenic island, located in one of Maryland's most beautiful coastal bays, is dedicated to wildlife conservation. Its 200 acres of marsh and forests attract waterfowl and marsh birds. Located in Assawoman Bay, Isle of Wight is sheltered from the Atlantic Ocean by the same coastal barrier island that supports Ocean City. Isle of Wight attracts many birds dependent upon tidal marshes and bays. Great blue herons and green herons hunt for small fish along the marshy shores. Waterfowl species commonly sighted include black ducks, buffleheads, scaup, brant, Canada and snow geese, and swans. In winter, the laughing call of the common loon adds to the wilderness atmosphere of the island.
It's a boaters, fisherman, kayakers playground.
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