I have never see so many berries on the Juniper trees as I have this fall. The birds will be very happy this winter… and maybe a wee bit tipsy!
These Juniper trees were on the Goose Pond Trail at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. Have you ever seen so much fruit on a Juniper tree?
This was the cutest thing I had seen in a long time… the little Sanderling trying to sneak some of the Seagull’s freshly caught clam. This little Sanderling would scurry about in the sand on Coast Guard Beach, but as soon as the seagull turned away, he would run in for a bite.
How cute is this?
While walking out to Nauset Spit on Coast Guard Beach, Phil and I thought there were many new rocks on the Nauset Beach side. It looked like piles of rocks. I didn’t think that could be, so I went to investigate.
As I got closer I could hear the seals. They were really loud and there were hundreds of them basking in the sun. I had never seen so many there before. No wonder the Great White Sharks love this particular area. There sure is plenty of food!
I loved this photograph of the little shack by one of the boat landings in Orleans. It was the gray shack on the marsh grass with the blue skies and beautiful water in the background.
A perfect Cape Cod Photograph, don’t you think?
I was taking a walk out on the flats at low tide near Boat Meadow when I saw something out of the corner of my eye. There were two birds scurrying around the mud, looking for food.
I clicked away and realized when I got home that they were Semipalmated Plovers. They blend in pretty well on the mud flats and the water, don’t you think?
It was such a pretty day for a hike at Twinings Pond in Orleans. It is a wonderful hike through the woods and along a trail by the pond. It was a perfect day for a walk in the woods and one that the whole family would love.