The lead story in last week's Lumina News was an extrememly well written recap of our nesting season. The article compares the 2013 nesting season with this year's and includes a reminder that just because the nesting season is coming to a close doesn't mean there are no birds to enjoy. Sandpipers, plovers, terns, and skimmers (and others) have already started to arrive at nearby inlets. They will be here en masse in September with peak numbers in late October or early November.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Friday, August 8, 2014
This morning the bird stewards outnumbered the guests! But we were able to watch a large colony of black skimmers and their LARGE chicks on the beach. All of this week's photos were taken by LAURA SCULLIN!
Posted by Kathy Hannah at 4:49 PM