Mako. It's not as nice as the Megalodon Georgia found a few days ago, but it will do.
Blue Crabs in the shallows, suggesting incipient low oxygen, although I didn't see the bottom fish that usually signal a bad low oxygen even.
Sea Nettles are in pretty thick, some days much worse than other. We also have a heavy growth of the green seaweed Ulva, which drifts around in the shallows, and forms the green background in this shot, and the green stains along the shore in some recent pictures. It's basically harmless, even edible in a pinch, but kind of obnoxious.
Green Heron fishing off one of the groins. There are a lot of bait fish in the shallows, which leads us to: