Sea Of Grass
Photograph - Fine Art Print
A sea of reeds or sea grass that is the habitat for many shore birds, this ocean of grass can be seen at Nauset Station in Eastham, Cape Cod.
From "Inside Cape Cod, Visitor Guide:"
Much of Cape Cod's allure comes from its natural beauty and its unique location, jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. A large number of migrating birds and marine mammals visit these shores at specific times each year to feed and breed, and kayakers who want to see some of this wildlife have the perfect opportunity. Nauset Marsh is one of the most productive salt marsh habitats in the world. A vast secret world of marshy grassland, it's crisscrossed by meandering streams and tidal creeks of seawater, which flow in and out with the tide and are ideal for kayaking. These marsh areas are also a birder's paradise; depending upon the season, you will see many species of nesting and shorebirds, including the blue heron and osprey, and you may see otters as well. Farther out towards the Nauset Inlet at the outer barrier beach section of Nauset Marsh, you may even encounter basking seals.
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August 21st, 2011
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