There must have been good eats at Clark Pond on Monday. These Glossy Ibis were enjoying themselves. Some info on these interesting birds from Wikipedia.
The glossy ibis is a wading bird in the ibis family Threskiornithidae. The scientific name derives from Ancient Greek plegados and Latin, falcis, both meaning “sickle” and referring to the distinctive shape of the bill.
A Snowy Egret at Clark Pond, the Egret looked at me thinking, I flew up here for this? Snow
Early on Tuesday morning drove by Clark Pond and there were quite a few Egrets and Ibis having some good eats. Another sign of summer. YEAH..
Walking around Clark Pond is one of my favorite places to walk. This is part of the Coolidge Reservation. Here is the address if you would like to go for a walk and discover, 15 Coolidge Point, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA 01944. Coolidge Reservation is a nature reserve located in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts. The property is owned by The Trustees of Reservations
Snapshots from a recent foggy morning wood’s walk at Coolidge Reservation with daughter Liv. Nature walk at a tortoise pace as she enjoys stopping to take photos as much as do I.
Remember the ice is not thick enough to skate on. Clarke Pond also has salt water that flows through to the pond from an inlets that have been opened.
The sun reflecting off the windows of houses on Raymond Street. It looked like a fire.
Clark Pond, these beautiful birds just hanging out.