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Saturday, April 29, 2017


I'm always on the lookout for shorebirds - and on a recent trip to Birch Bay State Park we came across a tiny flock of them
 Greater Yellowlegs - running about in the edge of the surf
 They have the most wonderfully patterned feathers

 Some preened - some slept and some skittered about

 Then I noticed two smaller shorebirds
 American Snipe - what a treat to find two kinds of shorebirds at the same time.

 I took dozens of photos 

 It was a grand day for shorebirds.

Saturday's Critters


Rose said...

You hit the jackpot!

Kim said...

It seems to me there are many glorious birds in your part of the world. Lovely photos JoAnn.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

MOre beauty! Thanks again....and also I am impressed with your ID skills -- I have so much trouble with shorebirds.

Louca por porcelana said...

What a wonderful blog! Thanks sincerely for sharing so many beauty!Great shots!Hugs,Maristella.

Mascha said...

Beautiful birds, unknown for me... Have very enjoyed your series

eileeninmd said...

Hello, wonderful shorebirds and sightings. Congrats! I am sorry to be so late visiting your post and commenting. I appreciate you linking up your post. Happy Mother's Day! Enjoy your day!