September 4, 2019
We had a nice drive to Blaine, Washington, U.S.A. for a relaxing walk on the beach.
White-winged Scoters were seen diving for food at Blaine Marine Park.
Ring-billed Gulls were seen in good numbers
We stood on the Pier and watched a couple of Pelagic Cormorants diving for fish.
The old pilings were decorated with growing plants.
Killdeers were seen along the shoreline.
Great Blue Herons were seen in several areas.
A few Horned Grebes were seen in the distance.
A good sized flock of female Harlequin Ducks were seen resting on logs.
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In the distance, we could see a large number of Cormorants on a floating breakwater.
Caspian Terns and Gulls were seen on the same breakwater.
A few Common Loons were also seen.
Harbour Seals would poke their heads up to take a look at us.
September 04 Cloudy 61F (16C) Afternoon 85F (29C)
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