A lone marbled godwit on the beach with a snack.
He’s cruising the shoreline looking for more snacks.
Another one flies in.
At first, the original godwit tries to chase the intruder away but after a few seconds they find their own space and both start looking for snacks.
A black bellied plover was also looking for snacks. I think that’s a sand flea. Yum…
Farther down the beach I find some dowitchers trying to nap.
The laughing gulls are getting frisky.
An old shell on the beach. It was still alive so I moved it farther into the water.
Quiet sleepy morning at Fort Desoto.
Pelicans were hanging out everywhere.
Shorebirds were everywhere.
Not much going on in late October.
Dowitchers taking a nap.
Wilson’s plover not much taller than the grass.
The sandwich terns are back on the beach for a while.
Juvenile sandwich tern.
Dowitcher cruising by.
He’s so cute!
Laughing gull missing a foot.
Willet trying to be cute.
A very young black skimmer taking a nap.
Same ole thing on the beach in late August.
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