There was lots of sand and very little shell hash to look through for fossils, but we did find two really nice teeth, a White Shark upper that was 1.5 inches, and a 1.25 inch Mako lower, that made the top shelf, and a "cookie" (dolphin or whale epiphysis plate) that went 1.75 inches. The phone camera decided that Skye was more worthy of focus.
The dredge is in at the harbor.
A sad thing, a Tundra Swan that died on the beach, with it's head tucked under it's wing. It almost looked asleep. Some animals just don't make it to spring.
Woodcock. I think it might be the first time I've seen one (or at least to be able to identify it).