It was low tide at the Wellfleet Audubon Sanctuary on Cape Cod so we were able to walk all the way out to the beaches. You have to walk part of the way on a boardwalk that is submerged when the tides are higher.
We were treated to many shorebirds that day darting about the eddies, looking for food. But this Greater Yellowlegs was absolutely stunning as he waded through the water.
What do you think?
Every time I walk home from downtown, I pass these Milkweed plants. I love how, in the fall, the pods open and the white fluff starts oozing out filled with black seeds ready for the wind to whisk them away!
Pretty, don’t you think?
Most of the boats are out of the water and the mooring are pulled on Cape Cod. I thought this was a cool photograph of all of the moorings just waiting until summer comes again.
We were taking a walk on the trail at Lieutenant Island in Wellfleet on Cape Cod when I saw this Green Crab in the sand.
The closer I got, the fiercer he looked!
If you’re looking for the perfect picnic bench with spectacular views, try Fort Hill in Eastham on Cape Cod. The views are breath-taking!
After your picnic, try hiking one of the many trails around the salt marsh or through the woods. It is a gorgeous place!
And, if you like bird-watching, don’t forget your binoculars! You’re sure to see a lot of birds.