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Friday, April 15, 2016

Previous years waders of Fly Flatts.

On a typical start to the weekend in Queensbury with fog and drizzle here,s a few pics showing what Fly Flatts is capable of attracting wader wise from previous years.

                                                     Turnstone

                                              Oystercatchers
                                                            Dunlin
                                            Oyks
                                                   Dunlin

           Distant record shot , bridge camera Bar Tailed Godwit

                                            Ringed Plover

                Sanderling with Ringed Plover
                                   Sanderling

         Some of 11 Ringed Plover

                               Redshank
                 Common Sandpiper
                                                 Snipe
                                           Dunlin




                                    Common Sandpiper



  Sound of the uplands,  Curlew
                                        Juv Common Sandpiper

Have a good weekend weather permitting.
BS

2 comments:

David Sutcliffe said...

Well done for putting that lot together Bri.

Brian sumner said...

All we have to do now is tick them off this year Dave