This marsh is part of Hubbard's Point. Egrets roost in the trees, osprey build their nests on poles, fish and eels travel up creeks to spawn, and the banks are rich with blue crabs. At this time of year migratory birds pass through, and the brush is full of warblers. One morning, walking along the banks at low tide, I found the most iridescent blue crab claw I have ever seen. I stopped and took a picture. I'm still startled by the blue.