Monday, May 26, 2014

breeding shorbs

There are definitely fewer shorebirds in the spring than the fall, but full breeding plumage can make up for that.

This turnstone is from a few days ago.

Andre found golden plovers sometime early in the month; my shifts were pretty dense during that period and I didn't get around to the pics for some time.  This one is digi-scoped

 Here's about half the flock, about 25-30, I forget the exact count.

Finally a dunlin in some foggy light from New Buffalo

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