Date: 1/9/18 6:11 pm From: Kelly McAllister <mcallisters4...> Subject: RE: [Tweeters] Birds feeding at Edmonds pier
Staghorn Sculpin to be a little more specific. Leptocottus armatus. I wonder if that has changed. Scientific names are supposed to be so much better for accurate communication but they are changing so often lately, who can keep up and be a clear communicator?
Kelly "Bullhead Belly" McAllister
From: <tweeters-bounces...> [mailto:<tweeters-bounces...>] On Behalf Of Byers Sent: Tuesday, January 09, 2018 4:43 PM To: <tweeters...> Subject: [Tweeters] Birds feeding at Edmonds pier
Yesterday Bill went down to Edmonds pier and happened to be there at high tide while there were a number of cormorants and grebes feeding. I put some of these pictures on Flickr. I believe the eel-like fish are gunnels, but there are two different colors of these fish. Then there is some really spiny fish. Does any bottom fish aficionado know if that's a sculpin the DC Cormorant is eating?