There’s something about having sand between your toes that is satisfying.
Oystercatcher U5 was reported to the American Oystercatcher Working Group.
The American Oystercatcher Working Group seeks to develop, support and implement range-wide research and management efforts that promote the conservation of Atlantic coast American Oystercatchers and their habitats through individual and partnership-based initiatives guided by recommendations of the Working Group’s membership. http://amoywg.org/
Partly man-made and partly from nature, this green rock-scape caught my eye on a beach on Route A1A in northeastern Florida. Damage from Hurricane Matthew in 2016 was evident with many of the homes overlooking this beach still in ruins. I suspect some may have fallen in.
I’m sure there is a story behind the placement of these pieces, maybe they were part of a wall or dock. The green algae or seaweed that now covers them was a gorgeous shade of green and the whole thing looked like a back drop in an old Star Trek TV episode.
A storm was brewing with dark skies over the ocean adding to the eeriness of this scene. I would have liked to stay and watch how the incoming tide would work its way over this but that didn’t fit the day’s schedule.