First Day of Summer — pat morss

Last week I posted photos of young Eider ducklings practicing diving in shallow water at Raymond Beach, during Diving Elementary School. This weekend when I returned to my mooring, the parents and their nine kids were in deeper water for Diving Middle School. Here also, are other signs of summer.

Eider family ready for dive school
Kids down with one adult teacher, while the other remains on alert
All the kids pop up, while the other adult stays down
End of diving class
Two of the many deer on the Eastern Point Audubon land
Evening charter cruises are back
Interesting sunset cloud formation
Julia Nicole is back for evening fishing near the rocks
Our East Gloucester 3-legged coyote is doing fine; the “rear left leg” is actually his tail
Looking a bit scruffy while shedding his winter coat

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