Willet in the rocks.
A relatively close flyby of the female Osprey with the catch of the day, or at least the evening.
A little in flight spin cycle to dry the feathers out never hurts.
One of the many flights I got to watch this Black Bellied Plover make.
Caspian Tern trying to figure out how to eat the large fish it speared.
Black Bellied Plover doing some aerial laps.
Sitting low on the rocks by the river, I often have a myriad of different crabs scurry from one rock to the next. This one sat out and was basking in the late afternoon light just on the edge of my minimal focus distance.
Marbled Godwit making a hard bank prior to landing.