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Posing Seagull At Nauset Marsh On The National Seashore On Cape Cod

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?

Hundreds Of Birds At Nauset Break On Cape Cod

We were taking a short hike at Fort Hill on the National Seashore  the other day when I saw a lot of commotion out at Nauset Break. I didn’t have my binoculars with me so I zoomed in with my camera and took a few photographs.

When I got home I could see that there were hundreds of birds flying about out there as well as resting on the beaches. I wonder if there was an abundance of fish out there that they were feeding on or why they were there?

Any ideas?

The Orange And Yellow Bittersweet Is Abundant At Fort Hill On Cape Cod


You can see the orange and yellow Bittersweet berries on so many of the trails at Fort Hill on Cape Cod. It’s a vine that grows on the bushes and has such a pretty berry in the fall. It reminds me of my Mom who used to pick it each fall and make wreaths for our doors. They were so pretty.

I loved how you can see Nauset marsh and the Coast Guard Station in the background.

Hilarious Seagull On Car Roof At Fort Hill On Cape Cod


We were just finishing a little hike on one of the trails at Fort Hill in Eastham on Cape Cod when we saw this car at the top parking lot with a Seagull perched on the roof. I don’t think the driver knew it was there, but everyone walking by did. The Seagull just stood there and paraded around on the roof, enjoying the beautiful scenery and all of the attention.

I clicked away as it was so cute. One of the cars stopped on the way out and asked if we had seen the guy’s license plate. I say, “No.” He said there was a Seagull on the license plate.

How funny is that! So I went back and clicked away again. Too funny! (I deleted the number on the license late…)