Here’re the photos I promised in my last post! Most of them were taken right outside our cottage. The two exceptions are the snow geese and the black coots. We took a break from sewing/quilting one afternoon and drove down to Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and discovered a viewing building not a far walk from the nature center. The building was built like a concrete duck blind – an open portico with one solid side slashed with open viewing slots, and an enclosed glass-fronted area with several rows of stadium seating for viewing the marshes of migrating birds in comfort. The coots were busily feeding; the geese were wheeling thru the December sky showing off their plummage!
Next year we plan to coordinate our week at the beach so we can take advantage of the Sunday tram rides from Back Bay to False Cape State Park. Public vehicular access isn’t permitted.