Exploring Eagle Island

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Eagle Island is the little island right across from our Alaskan cabin.

You only have a few hours a day when you can walk to it, and that is when the tide is low.

Every summer I never fail to explore the island and be amazed at all the colorful creatures you find.

I hope you enjoy this little adventure as much as I did

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Whenever you find one, you find a ton

One of the main things you find on Eagle Island are thousands of starfish, waiting for the tide to roll back in.

This is a fat, fuzzy starfish. Not sure of its scientific name

This is a fat, fuzzy starfish. Not sure of its scientific name

Some baby starfish

Some baby starfish

Sea anemones and starfish

Sea anemones and starfish

A little trail on the island. Most likely created by the little minks and otters.

A little trail on the island. Most likely created by the little minks and otters.

Deep crevices throughout the island

Wandering through the deep crevices on the island

Sunfish. Similar to a starfish, but as you can see they have a lot more limbs

Sunfish. Similar to a starfish, but as you can see they have a lot more limbs

Lots and lots of clams

Lots and lots of clams

Looking back on our cabin from Eagle Island

Looking back on our cabin from Eagle Island

Love this place

Love this place

7 Comments

  1. nudeneighbour

    Good blog love it. Do my comments go to spam or can you read them. Xxx

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  2. Lena Boyd

    I am so enjoying the pictures and information you are providing. I am seeing a small part of Alaska and reading of your daily activities and it is so interesting. Thanks so much and I will eagerly look forward to the next posting…Lena

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    • Aroon Melane

      This makes me so happy to hear Lena! I am only in Alaska for a couple more days, but I will try to squeeze in as much as I can before I return to Florida!

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  3. sweetthingsbywendy

    Looks beautiful there!

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