Northern Mockingbird @ the Beach

Mockingbird Display

Try listening to the song of a Mockingbird and counting how many different tunes and chirps he is able to make. There are up to 200 different sounds this bird uses in his efforts to attract a mate.


A rare form of black Ibises I have never seen before intermingle with the locals.


In the beauty of the marsh, in the reflections of the clouds, lies a cold harsh reality of nature and the wild.


Seagrass Beach in the first week of summer seems inhospitable and repels me back with the smell of rotting grass, insects that appear to be immune to the strongest repellent and dying deer.


This doe was limping along in the marsh, now filled up considerably with the rain from this week. She looks like she is starving and will not survive the summer, if the month.



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