Shearwater Bay Boats



Ask The Naturalist: Why Are There So Many Birds On the Beach At One Time? - Bay Nature

This occurs when a large school of baitfish comes near the surface and nearby birds quickly move in to take advantage of the easy pickings. Why are there so many birds on the beach at one time. Have you ever wondered why there are so many birds along our coastline in late summer. Have you ever been lucky enough to see the spectacle of thousands of birds converging on one spot, creating a “feeding frenzy”. In early morning or late afternoon, the breakwaters at Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay and the nearby beaches are teeming with pelicans, terns, and gulls. Source: baynature.org








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Lightships in the Irish Lighthouse Service This list gives all the available details of lightvessels stationed off the Irish coast 1.Name and details of vessel unknown Stationed at the mouth of the River Liffey near...
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Portulaca pilosa (Hairy pigweed) Wedgetailed shearwater banding at Molokini, Maui, Hawaii. October 29, 2004 #041029-0286 - Image Use Policy
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