WINGED WONDER OF THE GOOD HARBOR BEACH MARSH

When talking about wild creatures on the Good Morning Gloucester podcasts, we often comment about how there seems to be so many more herons and egrets foraging and nesting on our shores. I think it is a combination of factors, most notably because our waterways have never been cleaner and because of global climate change. Whatever the reason, to see such grand beauty on a daily basis, we on Cape Ann are most certainly the beneficiaries.

Great Egret Good Harbor Beach

One thought on “WINGED WONDER OF THE GOOD HARBOR BEACH MARSH

  1. I think to say the waterways have never been cleaner is not very accurate. Maybe cleaner since large numbers of people have lived on these shores and been polluting them and since the waters have been tested, but surely they have been clean if not pristine before that. But we are going in the right direction in making efforts to keep our waters and harbor clean and no doubt the presence of more wildlife is an indication that efforts have been rewarded.

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