Over the weekend I photographed a plethora of wildlife, including Delmarva fox squirrels, black squirrels, snakes and birds. The species of birds on Assateague and Chincoteague run into the hundreds when you take into account the migratory masses. I've photographed blue heron, tricolored heron, little green heron, black crowned night herons, killdeer, vultures, wild turkey, cormorants, glossy ibis, white ibis, piping plovers, bald eagles, great egrets, cattle egrets, Canada geese, kingfishers, all sorts of ducks and more. We saw horseshoe crabs, too. It is nearing the first full moon of June, when masses of them come ashore, the female dragging the male, holding onto her tail. She digs a hole, lays her eggs and drags him across to fertilize them. Sharing these sightings with friends who appreciate and love the same thing makes it special.