I have walked by this structure at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary so many times in the past and never really paid any attention to it. Until the other day…
It is a condo of different types of bird houses! How fun! It will be fun to see what kinds of birds “rent” their space here.
Very cool, don’t you think?
I love this sign outside the Ben & Jerry’s ice Cream Shop in Provincetown. It says it all! And what an awesome, historical background.
Pretty cool, don’t you think?
It was a glorious day for a picnic on the docks in Provincetown. It’s till early in the season so there is not much traffic.
This is one of my favorite “photo op” places for a photograph… with cooler and drink in hand. It doesn’t get much better!
If you walk out to the beach at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary at low tide you can see thousands and thousands of Fiddler Crabs scurrying about the mudflats and into their little holes in the mud. They are everywhere!
You can see the vast mudflats in the second photograph. They seem to go on forever.
Have you ever seen a Fiddler Crab? You can tell the males by their exceptionally large claw which is shaped like a fiddle, thus the name “Fiddler Crab.”
It’s fun for the kids to see real whale bones at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. You can see them shortly after you head out on the main trail by the Nature Center.
I was having fun taking photographs of the bones as Phil clicked away!