There is a parking lot on the inland side of Powder Point Bridge, where I park and walk into the reservation. Duxbury Beach Reservation, on the opposite end of this bridge, requires a permit for parking or driving. Since I do not have said permit, I do a lot of walking. It's always beautiful!
Rock Pigeon on the bridge
From the bridge I saw Common Eiders and Common Goldeneyes, as well as Herring Gulls, but not much else. There was still a brisk wind blowing today, not as bad as yesterday's, but chilly.
From this point on, I walked the beach almost exclusively. I loved this flock of shorebirds, almost in the same spot at last time, but considerably larger in number.
Northern Moon Snail Shell
See the shorebirds?
They blend really well with the rocky shore.
closer (now you see them!)
and in flight
(looks like a tasty salad, doesn't it?)
View towards Marshfield