Tuesday, 10 January 2017

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY

As I mentioned yesterday, David and I went outside his boundary walls and on the fast flowing river I videoed a Common Sandpiper which is below.  I am linking this post with WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.




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17 comments:

  1. Both the area and the bird look delightful.

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  2. I so enjoyed your photos and your video, dear Margaret, thank you for sharing them with us !

    Hope your New Year is off to a good start,
    I'm sending hugs and ever much love to you,
    may the week just begun be filled with joy and blessings

    Xx Dany

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  3. I love how the sandpiper blends so gently into his environment. Beautiful. blessings ~ tanna

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  4. Hello Dearest Margaret; Oh,I LOVE your sweet video. How talented you are catching up the quick move of the Sandpiper♡♡♡ Lat me say Happy New Year to you and your family and wishing you started wonderful year 2017.

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

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  5. The video of the bird is interesting, showing the bird's odd movements. Lovely photos, too.

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  6. Beautiful setting for photographing that sandpiper. Like the photos.

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  7. Hello, pretty sandpiper! Great photo and video! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  8. He is sure not staying on the SAND! And so unusual the way he wags his tail! Wonder why? Surely not for balance. So interesting! There are sandpipers here, but I have never seen one. Elizabeth Taylor even starred in a movie called The Sandpiper.

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  9. Extraordinary video Margaret. I enjoyed it very much.

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  10. Such a fascinating area to visit.

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  11. They really do blend in. Nice shots.

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  12. Nice find and beautiful setting.

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  13. Sweet fine; I really have trouble with shorebird ID.

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  14. Nice video. The Common Sandpiper is so lively bird.

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  15. The Common Sandpiper kinda reminds me of a Spotted Sandpiper in the way that it moves. Very nice bird and a beautiful area!

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