May 2019

May 9, 2019
Blaine Wa.

We took a drive to Blaine, Washington today.

Brant Geese and Glaucous-winged Gulls flew past in the distance, as we wandered along the beach. Other Glaucous-winged Gulls found food and interacted with each other. The Gulls share nesting grounds with Double-crested Cormorants on the breakwater near the public pier.

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Click below to play a video of Pelagic Cormorants.

Several Great Blue Herons were fishing in shallow tidal pools.

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At the nest boxes near the dock for the Plover ferry, Purple Martins were interacting with each other on old pilings which were rocking back and forth.

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Barn Swallows were seen in the same area.

Savannah Sparrows were seen near the public pier.

Black-bellied Plovers, Dunlin, Short-billed Dowitchers and Sanderlings were seen in the distance.

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