Beach-Found Beads from the collection of Mary T. McCarthy

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Tilghman Island, Maryland, USA.

As a beachcomber and mudlark for over 20 years, one of Mary McCarthy’s favorite things to collect are beads that can be found at the coastal landfills where she often hunts. The source of beach beads is often jewelry or fishing lines. Whether glass or plastic, it’s good to collect these from shorelines to keep them from being ingested by sea life and birds.

This video was part of the Virtual Beachcombing Festival on June 20, 2020.

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