Little treasures we found:
- Sea glass -Relative abundance-Very high (majority white/transparent seaglass).
- Moonsnail- Not so abundant, i've never seen one before but it seemed a pretty big size for a snail, i might say.
- Periwinkle shell with holes on them .
- Crabs shells. Not that many, color orange.
- Rocks. A lot of rocks, every size from mini rocks to huge rocks, all different shapes and colors, the one near the water with barnicles on them, not that much barnicles as the rocks seen on lovells island!
- Ceramics. That came from plates, bowls, etc.. A lot of colors ( blue designs seemed to be prevalent).
- Sand. Which we learned form the forffesor it was brough in the island for tourism purposes and make the island look more like a beach.
So, the island was not as exciting as lovells island to me, mostly because it was more interesting to see living moving species in the water than dead shells, etc ..on the sand, this is probaly because i didn not got deep in the water like at did at lovells island. I did like the different colors of the seaglass and im sure if i was able to find all the parts of some of those ceramic plates i would definetely like to keep some them. - Here is some info i gathered form the visitor center at the island: The island its 86-acres, it provides a ample healthy habitat for birds and other animals (like ducks, which i saw). Most of the species you see at spectacle island today were intentionally planted as part of the environmental restauration and surface protection of the island.