Chincoteague


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Chin•co•teague

(ˈʃɪŋ kəˌtig, ˈtʃɪŋ-)

n.
a town on a small island in a lagoon (Chin′coteague Bay′) in E Virginia: annual wild pony roundup. 1607.
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The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education is seeking Consultative Services to assist them and the 12 member universities of the Chincoteague Bay Field Station in exploring ways to find the best and highest educational use of the Chincoteague Bay Field Station facility, a non-profit environmental learning center and field station located in Wallops Island, Virginia.
Winter times, Dad sometimes shucked in the kitchen, a whole bushel of the world's best oysters fresh from the Chincoteague River.
Near the southern end of the seashore opposite Chincoteague, Virginia, is a wildlife refuge managed by the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).
Epizootiology of Minchinia costalis and Minchinia nelsoni in oysters introduced into Chincoteague Bay, Virginia.
Chincoteague NWR in Virginia and Prime Hook NWR in Delaware both host translocated Delmarva fox squirrel populations.
THE MAIN INDUSTRY IN CHINCOTEAGUE IS TOURISM, (AND) THE CLOSURE OF THE NATIONAL SEASHORE .
Dan Cristol led a group to Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge with stops along the Eastern Shore.
Hunting is available d in Sinepuxent and Chincoteague Bays where much of the shoreline is private.
Geospatial Approaches to Characterizing Agriculture in the Chincoteague Bay Subbasin.
Others insist the wild horses are a subspecies, a feral offshoot of domestic horses (Equus ferus caballus) like the American mustang, Chincoteague pony or Australian brumby.
The Tale of Strawberry Snow" is a wonderful illustrated story about a little white foal with red freckles born on Chincoteague Island, near Chesapeake Bay.