By contributor Spenser Smith
A patch of Junegrass bends in the wind. In April 2003, invasive species, such as Himalayan Blackberry and Scotch Broom, were removed along the main walkway, and native plant species, including Junegrass, were replanted.
A piece of driftwood lays half-submerged in the ocean.
A great blue heron hunts in the lagoon. Pipers Lagoon is home to many other bird species, including the bald eagle, the ruby-throated hummingbird, and the mourning dove.
Waves crash over loose rocks. The lagoon has a unique mix of landforms, including tombolos, lagoons, spits, bays, and beaches.
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