The Bufflehead is one of the most unique-looking ducks that I’ve seen. I love the big white spot on the back of their heads. The female Bufflehead has a small spot on the side of her head.
I saw these Buffleheads at Nauset Marsh. They didn’t come close enough to get a great photograph, but you can see what they look like.
Have you ever seen a Bufflehead? They are here from October to May and then they migrate up to northern Canada!
I loved this photograph of this Great Blue Heron Silhouette at Nauset Marsh in Eastham on Cape Cod. It must be a favorite fishing spot as I’ve seen him there many times.
It wasn’t until I got home and looked at my photographs on my computer that I saw all of the other birds in the background. Pretty cool, don’t you think?
It was a glorious day to take a hike at Nauset Marsh on the National Seashore on Cape Cod. It was early morning so the birds were all out and singing away. There wasn’t a ripple on the water… it was as smooth as glass.
Perfect day for a hike in a perfect place!
Hemenway Landing in Eastham on Cape cod is a wonderful spot to launch your boat for a tour around Nauset Marsh or just to sit and soak up the beautiful views. You can even see Coast Guard Station across Nauset Marsh. There is always something to watch whether it is a Seagill searching for food or a clammer digging for his dinner at low tide.
I couldn’t decide if I liked the horizontal or vertical photograph better. What do you think?
The lighting at Nauset Marsh on Cape Cod was spectacular! This is looking out from Fort Hill on the National Seashore…
Doesn’t get much prettier, huh?
I was just finishing a little hike at Fort Hill which overlooks Nauset Marsh when I saw this seagull posing on the fence post with Nauset Marsh and the Coast Guard Station in the background. He stayed there for quite a while, changing his pose periodically.
I couldn’t decide which one I liked better… the one where he is looking straight at me (which is the first one I took) or the one that shows his silhouette.
Which one do you like better?