1859 - Old St. Johns River Lighthouse - 'Wild Watcher Birds'
by J. R. Beatty
The birds included one big Pelican and four smaller Sandpipers standing in a line on the edge of their concrete "observation dock". From their relative positions, it may be that one little bird has some bad, adolescent B.B.B.O.
(a.k.a. Bad Bird Body Odor) problems. He looks sad like he feels left out of the other "watcher birds" grouping.
It doesn't look like the sunburned folks in the fast-moving speedboat ever even knew they were being "bird watched".