|View from the observation tower on Enoshima|
A clear bright Sunday morning. A perfect day for heading down to Enoshima and Kamakura to see the ocean.
One bird dominates Enoshima and that's the tobi (black kite).
Of course, on the East Coast of the US, the swarming snack snatcher is the gull (I once had a whole platter of natchos snatched by an aggressive Ogunquit herring gull). At Enoshima in the summer gulls are actually surprisingly difficult to find. Here's a what I believe is an umineko (black-tailed gull) flying by.
I did stumble upon a couple of other bits of Enoshima nature, though. The first is this unidentified caterpillar.