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Tomales Bay: Below high tide

As the intertidal zone becomes exposed, shore birds such as the Least Sandpiper (Calidris minutilla) begin hunting the shores for invertebrates. They are but one link in the food chain supported by the tides of the bay.

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As the intertidal zone becomes exposed, shore birds such as the Least Sandpiper (Calidris minutilla) begin hunting the shores for invertebrates. They are but one link in the food chain supported by the tides of the bay.

Tags: least sandpiper, shorebird, wildlife, marine life, tomales bay, kayak photography

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