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The Fiddler in His Hole (Part III)

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The Fiddler in His Hole (Part III)
17 August 2009
Mill Creek, Sag Harbor, NY

Written by Allison Frost

November 28, 2009 at 6:17 pm

The Fiddler in His Hole (Part II)

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Part I

The Fiddler in His Hole (Part II)
17 August 2009
Mill Creek, Sag Harbor, NY

Written by Allison Frost

November 11, 2009 at 6:06 pm

The Fiddler in His Hole

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The Fiddler in His Hole
17 August 2009
Mill Creek, Sag Harbor, NY

Written by Allison Frost

September 7, 2009 at 10:07 am

The Sanderlings in the Tide

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These guys were great fun to watch, running back and forth against the tide. It brought back fond memories of doing the same thing as a child, although not quite for the same reasons.

These sanderlings were digging up their meals, insects that can be found by poking at the sand.

Fun fact: the sanderling has a large winter territory, covering coastlines from South America to the northern United States. In the summer, they return to the Arctic to breed.

The Sanderlings in the Tide
13 April 2009
Cupsogue Beach, Westhampton Beach, NY