Friday, April 21, 2006
After months of rain, Northern California is beginning to dry out. So is this cormorant.
The marsh is a little delicate. It requires a lot of human intervention to keep it a marsh. I remember when it was a vacant lot, sometimes used for parking. As I walk by, I think about global warming -- this won't be a marsh in 50 years if climate change predictions are correct. It will be underwater.
This guy just needs to keep his feet on the bottom as he stalks by.
Perhaps she needs land to nest? I should learn more about herons.