Sunday, 12 September 2010

Redshank, Spotted Redshank and adult Pectoral Sandpiper at Treraven Meadows!


Treraven Meadows at Wadebridge seems to be the in-place at the moment.  The recent high tides have left a stunning muddy area with many pools and the waders seem to love it here. The Black Terns last week must have been a delightful sight.

This is a second attempt at posting these Spotted Redshank images.  I've just popped my senility tablet so all is now well !  ;--)



First year Common Redshank above.


Ad. Pectoral Sandpiper above.  A 100% crop of a very distant bird.  This is the fourth Pec Sand for this autumn in Cornwall.  An adult is unusual though.

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