Three car loads of birders merged at Lido Beach. Our eagle eye, Deb Johnson, led the trip. Deb is quite a bit younger than most of the Venice Area Birding Association members — and that’s a good thing. We call her eagle eye because she can spot things a mile away with her young and excellent eyesight. She even sees things right in front of us that ten other people can’t seem to find.
I had not been to Lido Beach for quite a while, and was pleasantly surprised to see this absolutely beautiful beach the way that I remember. The sand at Lido is like fine white sugar, and not the easiest to walk on with hiking shoes. But it is sure pretty, and feels wonderful sifting between the toes — oops, I am supposed to be telling you about the birds on this beautiful beach, not sounding like a tour director.
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