They Must be on Nests or in Dens — pat morss

There is a shortage of wildlife around these days on our walks. We’re waiting for the explosion of young ones. In the meantme, here are some recent random photos.

For those who access GMG through the daily email, it wasn’t sent out last Saturday. Joey kindly provided a direct link to my “Alewife Fish Ladders” posting: https://goodmorninggloucester.com/2021/05/22/alewife-fish-ladders-pat-morss/?fbclid=IwAR0MiUGR5ESRa90MYAGfpW0tE-FNPPUCF5-qOhEHx6GoTrtPUZ9evwTSobw

USCG 87-ft Coastal Patrol Boat in sunset light
Repairing the Niles Pond/Brace Cove causeway after winter storms
Easy walking now
Turkey hiding behind a tree, stalking a mate
Can you see me now?
Bliss
Goose Cove reservation (Gee Ave access)
Beavers contributing to dam construction
Reminds me of spring in France
Rainbows always draw attention
Gathering clouds, from Captain Joe & Sons – later than Joey’s 5:00 am shots
Just lifted off the boat

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