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Monthly Archives: August 2010
As many of you may already know, with this weekend the 2010 nesting shorebird season in Collier County is over. Thanks to everyone for helping to make the first year of the stewarding program a success! Overall, it appears that … Continue reading
As of Friday evening, I haven’t heard any news of what’s happening at the colony on Sand Dollar. There may be very little activity left, or there may be birds that are still raising young. Practically speaking, it would probably … Continue reading
This weekend Gulf-side stewards will find that Sand Dollar looks a little different than it did in the past. There was a big storm on August 11 that created a break-through on Sand Dollar at the location of the largest … Continue reading
Least Terns are the only species of tern that breed in Collier County, but they are not the only species of tern that can be seen on Sand Dollar, especially on mudflats on the lagoon side. Royal Terns breed elsewhere … Continue reading
The rest of the sections of the photos page are complete! There are now photos of all stages–eggs through adults–of all three nesting species, plus pictures of stewards in action. –Lindsay