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Monday Morning Mama

Monday morning peeps found the first nest of the season in Zone 3 just south of the lighthouse. It was left insitu. We also rescued a loon stranded on the beach. According to Megan, these birds need a water take off to fly and don’t navigate well at all on land. It was safely transferred to the lagoon and swam off unharmed. Zone 4 had a bald eagle intently monitoring their progress. I happened to get pretty close to and sneak a pic of one of my all time faves....a royal tern. Love their rebellious lil mohawk! It was a beautiful and busy day on the beach!

📷 by Beth Glass








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