Estuaries [noun]

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Birders will want to check out the estuary at Weeks Bay Reserve or Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge.

Students spend hours each week learning from the tidal estuary and boreal forest on the 400-acre campus in mid-coast Maine, about 40 miles north of Portland.

It hugs the north shore of the vast estuary known as Lake Pontchartrain, whose opposite shore abuts New Orleans.

Since then alluvial plains have filled this estuary to even beyond the original mouth.

Even in early historic times its estuary must have occupied a great part of the land on which stands modern Dover.

The harbour, formed by the estuary of the river and Yellow Mill Pond, an inlet, is excellent.

Yacht-building has always been vigorously carried on in the Great Estuary for three generations.

Towards the west it is skirted by a cliff, once washed by the estuary which separated the eastern portions of Norfolk and Suffolk.

Their bodies, when putrid, floated down the stream, and many in all probability were deposited in the estuary of the Plata.

We may take it that the whole Fowey estuary shared in the manning and maintenance of this gallant squadron.