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  •  What a lovely spot, and I love that photo, (11+ / 0-)

    with pools of water on the not quite flat beach, reflecting the sunset.

    That's very interesting about the PVC density there. From what I understand that's where they first took hold after getting to N America. They like the wide flat beach since they prefer the upper intertidal. And all the freshwater inflow from the Fraser and the Nooksack and creeks makes it a perfect habitat for them.

    Those clams look pretty freshly eaten, with the varnish still on them. They are obviously very easy to catch. Even so, that's quite a preponderance of one species. Bears watching. I guess we'll see if they end up heavily concentrated in some areas but not others.

    Thanks for the clam report from the north.

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