|Two Oyster Catchers we were lucky to see on one of our visits.|
Lover's Key is one of our favorite low tide places to visit for gathering shells and looking at the live sea animals digging in to wait for the tide to come in.
We haven't visited Lover's Key in a few weeks, we've been focusing on birds and the Key doesn't have as many as Bunche Beach.
This is a Fighting Conch working it's way back to the water but has run into a road block.
This is just one of a few sea anemones I found on the beach, if you touch it it will squirt back at you.
A track of a Sea Star.
Old trees on the beach.
|A crab, I haven't learned my crabs yet.|
A couple of Olives digging into the sand to wait for the tide to come in.
There are several osprey nests in the old trees that line the beach.
I think it's time to go back and see how the Ospreys are doing,
They are probably sitting on their eggs which they do for around 48 days.