Somewhat warmer today, with highs around 40, and lows not much below that. Snow was melting off at lower elevations (but still accumulating up high). Light rain started falling this afternoon. I was considering when I might get out to look around, but was provoked to quicker action when I saw a posting of an odd looking duck.
Cloudy, calm, and chilly today, though without much wind it didn’t feel quite so cold as it had on prior days. I was able to get out on a boat ride today to check the cormorants on the rocks near Kasiana Islands and Middle Island. In a few past years at this time of year, there’s been a Brandt’s Cormorant among them, so I thought it would be nice to check
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So it went through the day – snow showers interspersed with sunny breaks. I saw evidence of herring spawn scattered from at least Sea Mart to Halibut Point Marine. The clouds lifted this evening, so I headed out again and got my pictures of Verstovia. It turned out to be very nice light, so I stayed out for pictures of the sunset.