Definition of mudflat
: a level tract lying at little depth below the surface of water or alternately covered and left bare by the tide
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This is a quick primer in four parts, by four people who've spent a lot of time wandering around in blizzards and mudflats with notebooks and camera gear.
Ria Formosa Nature Park, with its lagoons, sand dunes, islands, marshes, and mudflats, makes for exceptional hiking and spotting wildlife.
The push south was surprisingly successful until General Douglas MacArthur landed his troops on the mudflats at Incheon, sending the northern troops back.
Bluff Point State Park and Coastal Reserve in Groton has more than 800 acres of land and a variety of trails through woodlands and around mudflats, marshes and along the rocky shoreline.
WOOLWICH, Maine (AP) — Dan Harrington makes his living unearthing marine worms by hacking away at mudflats with a tool that resembles the business end of an old steel rake.
WOOLWICH, Maine — Dan Harrington makes his living unearthing marine worms by hacking away at mudflats with a tool that resembles the business end of an old steel rake.
There are wetlands, mudflats, and salt marshes too, all of which help support more than 200 species of wild animals.
Aerial images showed a landscape of spider-webbed mudflats and desiccated tributaries as the reservoir fell to levels not seen in almost forty years.
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