GETTING IN TOUCH WITH NATURE -- Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves
of strength that will endure as long as life lasts." ~ Rachel Carson
A Day In March On The Island
The oystercathers were fishing today. I discovered they call out with a very particular warning tone similar to the way pikas and prairie dogs to warn their community of possible danger. The sound was a semi-shrill beep-squeal-whistle with a sense of urgency whenever I got too close. I would stop and stay still until their warning ended, then resume a stealth-slow forward advance.
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