Today at Blacks Creek the kids and I had the exceptional privilege to come across some of the more interesting inhabitants of the Atlantic coast- the infamous horseshoe crab.
The first of the two we captured was found by myself when walking down to the water first thing in the morning, whilst I was getting things ready for the upcoming day. While it proved to be an easy catch, it nonetheless got me excited for the potential that the kids would catch more, as in my experience, where there is one horseshoe crab others are not too far behind.
|Matt holding our first horseshoe crab|
|The biggest and baddest killifish of the day|
|A Jurassic hunter with the quarry that nearly took his leg|
- Hoping not to return to the present era too quickly, Tom Rebula