We were able to see all three Cormorants in Kachemak Bay this last week. Unfortunately a rare occurrence anymore. Here is a Pelagic Cormorant, the most common in Kachemak Bay and nests on Gull Island.This next one, a Double Crested Coromorant, is not as common and nests inland. But we do see them from time to time.Can you find the Red-faced Cormorant in this next photo. It is a Juvenile and has a pale bill. Unfortunately they no longer nest on Gull Island so seeing one is a rare occurrence.Belted Kingfishers have been seen often on Cohen Island this spring.It is not often this spring that we see Common Murres attempting to land on Gull Island with all the Bald Eagles in the area.Aleutian Terns were found perched on the debris washed off the beaches by the high tides this last week.I won’t do a bird list for the week but Red-faced Cormorant can be added to the list. There are not as many Humpback Whales around as there were this spring but we did manage to see two a couple miles west of the spit.