Just a video of some snails cruising around the tidal flats on Monomoy.
Part of our work requires entering observation data into the PIPLODES, perhaps better known as the “On-line Data Entry System for MA Piping Plover Census Form” according to the commonwealth of Massachusetts. Here’s a training video we’ve created over the past week showing people how it’s done; it really highlights the power and simplicity ofContinue reading “Welcome to PIPLODES”
Towards the end of July, Monomoy’s beaches become the hot spot for migrating shorebirds to stage.
Without warning, it’s suddenly our last night on Monomoy. Tomorrow, we break down the cook tent, pack up the guest tents, and start the move out.
Sorry, folks, but this post doesn’t have much to do with Monomoy. It has a lot more to do with current events, flashbacks to my third grade self, and readjusting to life in a place where the people outnumber the birds. It’s about 10:30 at night on a Thursday, and from the Chatham Light parking lot,Continue reading “Pokémon Go!”
Population: Mostly birds