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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Little Grebe. And the Wood Sandpiper by John Truman on our Guest Photos.

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Thursday, 21 April 2016

Spotted Redshank (Tringa erythropus)

I had to show you, I saw a Spotted Redshank, but it was far away, still, it was my lifer.

 Here with a Green Sandpiper



36 comments:

  1. Congratulations, I saw Spotted Redshank only one time. Great photos!

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    1. We are both first timer, thank you.

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  2. Cracking bird and in summer plumage too. Very nice indeed.

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  3. Handsome bird. Congratulations on your lifer - always an exciting event.

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  4. He's quite a fellow! Funny-- I was seeing Sandpipers in the last site I visited, also very long in the beak. Great shots, and my congratulations for capturing him.

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  5. Hello, Bob! It is a gorgeous bird. I assume this is their breeding plumage. Great series of photos.

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  6. Nice one Bob, well spotted (ahem!)...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor, spotted (ahem!), naughty.

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  7. Hi Bob,
    What a splendid Tringa erythropus in nuptial ! You are lucky to see it !!!

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  8. Congrats, Bob. glad we saw it too. Thanks

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  9. Stunning pictures. Nice to see the bird. Last summer, the same was seen in Lapland.

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  10. Bob, das sind wieder herrliche Fotots von dem
    Wasserläufer. Toll in Szene gesetzt.
    Einen angenehmen Abend wünscht dir
    Irmi

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  11. Excellent Bob. Your bird is slightly more advanced than the one I'm seeing locally at the moment, and you had a Green Sandpiper bonus....Shuks!!!!

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  12. Glad for you Bob, its a good looking bird

    peter

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  13. Hi. These pictures taken by you are always so awesome.

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  14. Hola Bob,magnificas fotos,aun la distancia se le aprecia a este Archibebe oscuro el plumaje nupcial.Un abrazo.

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  15. Hi Bob, well done a super bird to get an image of, never seen one myself. Regards John

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    1. Hope that you can, and much nearer John.

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  16. Congrats!!!! That is one good looking bird. I have never seen that one before.

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  17. Bob, a long way away, but still great captures! Nice to get a lifer too!

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  18. So happy for you, Bob, and what a beauty!
    I love that wonderful beak.

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    1. Thanks Lisa, and yes, a lifer, made my day.

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  19. Good for you- I have never seen one before. Great shots, even if it was a distance from you.

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  20. I can see spots. Good capture from far away.

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  21. Well done Bob! I adore your photos.

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  22. Beautiful!
    Last time I saw it, in March, I caught it accompanied with the Common Redshank and the Common Greenshank. :-)
    Cheers,
    JR

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  23. Congratulations!
    So beautiful!
    Pleased you shared these photo's.

    All the best Jan

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