Sunday, April 15, 2007
While the nor'easter is blowing snow into the northern states, it's just plain blowing here. The high winds created some really low tides drawing these two otters to the riverbank to play and look for food. Otters are a common site in the Amelia River but we usually just get to see the tops of their little heads as they play and fish. It was a real treat to see them rolling around in the mud. Soon the water will be warm enough for manatees. The dolphins are already plentiful. If you're interested in the likes of these, come down for our inaugural Wild Amelia Nature Festival in May.
Posted by Theresa the Innkeeper at 5:21 PM