Chesapeake Bay Magazine Features Talbot County in Summer Issue!

Talbot County is open for adventure!

Summer means being engaged with water, whether a lake, river, or ocean. Here in Talbot County, it’s all about the majesty of the Chesapeake Bay and her tributaries, and the bounty of wildlife and food produced in these waters.

In the articles of the Chesapeake Bay magazine’s Summer 2023 issue, take a cycling odyssey across the Tred Avon River via the Oxford-Bellevue Ferry, discover the nearly untouched landscape of Frederick Douglass’ birthplace, turn a page in one of the many independent bookstores, stroll the bird sanctuary of Pickering Creek Audubon Center, celebrate 50 years of the Tuckahoe Steam & Gas Show, marvel at the skill and speed of century-old sailboats, and taste, with your eyes, Eastern Shore delicacies caught by local watermen and women and masterfully prepared by skilled chefs.

Choose Your Interest or Read Them ALL

Page 18: Oysters and Rockfish and Crabs – Oh My!
by Oliver White

Page 22: Pickering Creek Audubon Center Bird Walk
by Ren Gilbert

Page 25: Bike Talbot
by Margaret Enloe-North

Page 28: In Search of Frederick Douglass
by Oliver White

Page 31: Talbot County’s Independent Book Nooks
by Niambi Davis

Page 34: How to Watch Log Canoe Races
by Craig Ligibel

Page 36: Step Back in Time at Tuckahoe Steam & Gas
by Oliver White

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