Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Beach Report 11/10/20

Georgia wanted to stay home and work in the garden before it rains tomorrow, so Skye and I headed down before lunch. 

Some pretty decent fall color on the far side of the harbor.

A Cormorant sunning its wings on the marker in the harbor mouth.
A remarkably warm day for November, in the mid 60s and up to 70, despite mostly overcast skies.
Despite high tide, I had a pretty good day for fossils, 16 shark's teeth, including this smallish but pretty clean Carcharodon hastalis, the white shark presumed to be ancestral to today's Great White.

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