September 22, 2011

Pectoral sandpiper at Kilmurry

A Pectoral Sandpiper a very long-distance migrant breeding in the boggy tundra of northeast Asia and North America, exploits a muddy wet field, for worms and a puddle bath at Kilmurry , Quilty.
The bird shared the field with 150 Meadow Pipits , 7 Wheater , bags of Pied wagtails,
Just what were the other 3 small waders that flushed????

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