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Lake, sea coat.
the bigger bird is a Dunlin
waas soon sunset.
Rainham marshes nature reserve.
Tidal river mudflats
With Ruddy Turnstones (Arenaria intrepres) and Dunlin (
Flew by in a large group
Ruddy Turnstones and Dunlins (Arenaria interpres and
Flying over flooded gravel pit.
Coastal marshes with disused saltpans
Old salt pans
Dunlin with winter plumage feeding
Near to a waterway
Most of these dunlins were taking mid morning naps on a mat of sea weed.
Spotted on Cruickshank hiking trail, off Blackpointe Wildlife drive, Merritt ...
This is the second shorebird I need help identifying. Non-breeding plumage in ...
found in a mixed flock of shorebirds that had taken refuge during the storm.
Two The Dunlin