The southern most part of The Sea Ranch
including units 1, 4, 5, 6, 10, 10A, 15, & 31.
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An immature plover feeding on the rocks at low tide.
There are a lot of subtle nuances in the grand family of plover and we readily admit that we are not experts in telling these cute little bundles of fluff and feather apart. We are just appreciative that they seem to enjoy living here in the Sea Ranch together with us humanoids. They can be seen on the shoreline almost everywhere along our coast and they are part of the crew that reliably chase waves back and forth on the beaches and rocks in search of flying and crawling insects, tiny crustaceans, and vigorous marine worms. This little fellow is very intent on working over a patch of seaweed growing on a rock at the water's edge during a low tide.