[Horseshoe crab eggs in wave-deposited layers at Cook's Beach today. Photo by Don Freiday.]
A first- or second-cycle Iceland Gull at Cook's Beach was perhaps the star there today (and a Ruddy Duck floating offshore was also of interest) but the 2000 Red Knots and piles of crab eggs stole the show.
[Close-up of Horseshoe Crab eggs. We haven't seen eggs on the surface like this in years. Photo by Don Freiday, click to enlarge.]