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Thursday, November 14, 2013


...the oystercatchers are sleeping (well, most of them are).

Tonight I went to a talk about birds that might be affected by climate change.  Black Oystercatchers were on the list, so I decided to post some pictures of them, along with the coastal habitat they depend on.

Can you find the oystercatchers in the following pictures?  (There's one in each picture.)

(Above, the oystercatcher is in the middle of the picture and off to the right side.)

(In this one, the oystercatcher is in the center at the very top of the rock.) 

Although taken in different years, all of these images are from Bodega Head.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's like Where's Waldo, but Where's the Oystercatcher instead... FUN! -AH