Tuesday 5 August 2014

Wood Sandpiper giving crippling views

And I actually mean it! The term is normally used in a sarcastic manner so I thought I'd spice it up. Black Hole Marsh is gradually returning to it's status of autumnal (yeah, I said it) wader brilliance, with a long staying Wood Sandpiper showing well today. An adult Curlew Sandpiper was a pleasant addition, but pics of it are un-blog-worthy. It was distant. Very distant.
There'll be a lot of Wood Sandpiper pics on here when I get time to look through them. Here's an okay one though:

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