PhysOrg Posted September 10, 2014 Share Posted September 10, 2014 At the Plum Island Sound estuary in northeastern Massachusetts, the marsh floods like clockwork. At high tide, you can pass over the mudflats into the grass in a boat. At low tide, the ocean waters recede, leaving behind fresh deposits of nutrient-rich food for the birds and other wildlife, including juvenile game fish such as striped bass. Read the full article on PhysOrg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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