Saturday, September 3, 2011

More Fogging Fog

Fog conspired against us again yesterday and prevented migrants from finding the Island.  I barely managed to take two usable photographs.  Again, they are of the non-bird variety.
First up, we have a Spot-Winged Glider, cooperatively perched on the Rixford Tree.  These dragonflies showed up in numbers on Thursday and were still lingering around the Island yesterday.

This is how Elephant Seals sometimes sleep.  This one was catching some R&R down at Mussel Flat yesterday.  I think they must only need to breathe once an hour or so.  Can you imagine sleeping underwater?

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