Tuesday, 29 March 2016

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY - Stormy Day For Waders

I was coming home one morning on a sunny but stormy day and I took these few photographs of Redshank and Turnstone that were hunkering down behind a small slipway at the yacht club.  









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25 comments:

  1. It looks very stormy indeed. I hope the birds found some relief hunkered down low.

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  2. Hello, great shots and pretty birds. They seem to be ok with the stormy day. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  3. Love that stormy waterwith the birds!

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  4. Storms can be deadly and yet strangely beautiful at the same time. The Redshank and Turnstone are lovely birds. Great photos Margaret

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  5. Perhaps those big waves will wash some good food in for those little birds. Fun pictures with lots of action.

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  6. Very nice pictures of the waders & I love seeing stormy waves crash on the shore!

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  7. That water looks vicious.I like those bright legs,they would be hard to miss.

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  8. Nice wave action and bird pics.

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  9. You have some amazing photos! Thanks for sharing them with us!

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  10. Lovely shots of the birds and crashing waves.

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  11. WOW!!! These look like our Ruddy Turnstones but their legs are a BRIGHT orange/red color. Nice observations!

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  12. Nicely captured. I like these a lot!

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  13. Hunkering is right ... it amazes me how the water birds survive the cold and the wet. Winter is a rough time for them, but they just push through it :P Wish life always worked that way ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  14. Wonderful photos of the pretty birds. I love the waves against the cliffs.

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  15. Well captured Margaret, the Red shank and Turnstones are my favourites.

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  16. Hello Dear Margaret!
    Amazing photos. I am delighted.
    Thank you, thanks to you that I saw beautiful birds.

    Greetings.

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  17. lovely shots of the birds on the shore Margaret


    peter

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  18. Love looking at the waders.

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  19. Love seeing those red/orange legs.

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  20. I really like these photos. Fantastic series of photos.

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  21. Redshanks are rare here, their calls are one of the sounds that instantly place me back in the UK on windy marshes...........

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  22. the Waders seem to do fine. And you got some gorgeous images. :)

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  23. Love your shots and no wonder they are hunkering down. Those look like some wild and beautiful waves. Such an amazing place to be!

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