Seagulls and Caspian Terns on Long Beach WA Peninsula

Gulls and Caspian Terns Flying Over the Ocean Shore During Low Tide

Sunning on the beach, after an early morning crab and fish breakfast

There were plenty of Sea Gulls and Caspian Terns on the beach this morning. It was a sunny August morning in Long Beach, Washington. The tide was out far, which exposed the long beach. The sand was rippled and little puddles of water were left behind.

Crab remains were strewn along the beach. Some days the ocean brings in plenty of food for these birds. This looked to be one of those fortunate mornings. A few sea gulls were still picking at the crab exoskeletons and some of the Caspian Terns were hovering over the water, preparing to dive into the waves to catch another fish.

No eagles or pelicans, this morning, although I did see pelicans earlier this week.

Sea Gulls and Caspian Terns on Long Beach, WA
In this distance is Cape Disappointment. North Head light house is hidden behind the ocean mist.

Related Links

  • Caspian Terns – Identification information from The Cornell Lab, All About Birds

One comment

  1. Enjoying Long Beach WA photos… I thoroughly enjoyed! Thank you for posting your adventure. As it turns out, the Marsh Museum is from my family. I just found out about it and have been trying to learn more.

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