Hello and happy Monday
I am sharing some images from our visit to Calvert Cliffs State Park, located on Maryland's Western Shore. The park has 13 miles of trails, a sandy beach where you can search for fossils, fresh water and tidal marsh lands. The cliffs and shoreline are on the Chesapeake Bay, I enjoyed the views of the bay, a nearby lighthouse, hundreds of dragonflies and turtles. We saw a Belted Kingfisher, frogs, lizards and the Red-headed Woodpecker.
A wet section of the Red trail through the marshland to the beach and cliffs.
A Five-lined Skink
A Belted Kingfisher hanging out at the marshland.
Red-headed Woodpecker seen on a dead tree at the marshland.
There were hundreds of waterlilies on the marshes.
Cove Point Lighthouse, Chesapeake Bay in Calvert County Maryland
A view toward the Cliffs at Calvert Cliffs beach.
Me and my shadow hubby!
I was asked a lot on my previous post about beaver and being warned to look for the beaver. The beaver den is right next to the trail. Beavers have been known to attack people if they feel threatened.
I believe this is the Eastern Amberwing dragonfly.
A guide to the Fossils that can be found on the beach at Calvert Cliffs.
Boat with crab cages?
A look across the bay to Maryland's Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
A lineup of Terns, possibly Osprey and Cormorants?
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