Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Lesser Yellow Legs Tringa flavipes


 The Wader fest go's on, thanks to the recent hurricane that must have caused massive disruption to the annual North American Wader migration, as loads of rare Americans have been dumped on our county. This evening I captured this Lesser Yellow Legs having dipped on the rarer Greater Yellow Legs the night before. These images were taken at Drift reservoir we also saw the Semi-palmated Sandpiper (another North American species.




4 comments:

  1. Well, the weather brought you some nice birds for photos! Good job.

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  2. Love looking in on your Blog,always something new and exciting,great Lens work Sam.
    John.

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  3. Great pics of the Lesser Yellowlegs Sam.I might try to get down west over the weekend.
    Adrian Davey (Dibs)

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