Today was the first day of B.E.E.S. and we had an exciting trip to Calvert Cliffs State Park. We hiked over a mile through the scenic wetlands to reach the beach. The campers were eager to explore the beach and see what they could find. Some students came away with shark teeth while others found a variety of shells. It was also nice to cool off in the Chesapeake Bay! We came across some interesting wildlife like jellyfish, lizards, snakes, turtles and birds that are native to the Chesapeake region. If you want to see more pics go to the bottom of the page here. We will also be keeping track of how much we have walked each day. Today we walked a total of 3 miles!
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