Sanderlings... (beach birds ). Photo by Tsurai

Sanderlings...

Uploaded by: Tsurai

Sunday December 15, 2013

Trinidad, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: These little sandpipers forage at the water's edge, running away from incoming waves as necessary.

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About Tsurai

Tsurai

I'm fortunate enough to live 'way up on the northwestern coast of northern California, an area sometimes referred to as The Humboldt Nation, or the land behind the redwood curtain. Work takes me on the road six months a year, but the rest of the time is mine to surf, kayak, fish, watch birds, and of course take photographs of this remarkable region. Create your own visitor map!

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