House Area -- coming soon
Located on the tidal waters of White Necks Creek in Southern St. Mary's County. House sits on 3.67 acres with approximately 600 to 700 feet of salt marsh frontage.
The daily bird population during spring/summer varies due to the migration lanes. Everyday we have Mallards visit, two sets have been here every year for past couple of years; Canadian Geese have had multiple broods of young for the last three years. Osprey pole has had nesting pair for last four years. Across the creek in the woods Great Blue Heron roost. Snowy Egrets are also regular visitors. Bald eagles soar through the skies almost on a daily basis. Harrier hawks and Red Shouldered hawk occasionally visit. The smaller birds range from hummingbirds, sparrows, gold finches, eastern bluebirds, purple finches, doves, wood thrush, red-bellied woodpeckers, starlings, grackles, cow birds, cardinals, blue jays, red winged blackbirds, mockingbirds, robins. Always very active.
Nocturnal visits from deer, raccoons, possums, ground hogs and skunks. Mostly after the birdseed and peanuts. Fun to watch.
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Contact Mary Ida Rolape via email or telephone 301-769-3179