Saturday, November 24, 2007

Winter Waders - Turnstone and Dunlin

There are large numbers of these birds present around the North Wirral Coast during the winter. Turnstone are generally quite approachable as waders go. This will probably be the last post of the mini series of winter waders in North Wirral but I will also add some curelw and purple sandpiper posts in the near future, hopefully!!!

First up the Turnstone
and the tiny Dunlin


Robin's Nesting Place said...

I just discovered you through Shirl's Garden Watch blog. I am amazed at the variety of wildlife you have been able to photograph. Your pictures are beautiful. I browsed through eight months of posts tonight, and I'll be back soon to see the rest.

saskpics said...

Got some good shots here!

Rich Steel said...

Thanks for visiting. Glad you enjoyed the photos.


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