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Monday, 21 May 2018

Black-tailed Godwit - Limosa limosa

Photographed at the Rushy Hide, Slimbridge WWT, Gloucestershire, GB. (Wild). Sorry, but it was a long way away.

Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.ukThere is a photo of a Bewick's Swan. And an Female Kestrel by Callum in  the 'Guest photographer.







31 comments:

  1. Awesome birds! Hope we see this birds this summer;-)

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  2. Hi Bob,
    This is one of the most beautiful birds you can find in the fields!Lovely photos1
    Best Wishes,
    Maria

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  3. Hello Bob, they are gorgeous birds. I love the Godwit and Avocet. Great photos. Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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  4. I enjoyed seeing these Bob, thank you.

    All the best Jan

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  5. Hola Bob,a pesar del alejamiento no deja de ser unas buenas tomas,lo importante es la pesencia de esta especie.Un abrazo

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  6. Hi Bob,
    The Godwit is a really beautiful bird, super set of images.
    Great to see the Avocet in the frame as well.
    All the best, John

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  7. Beautiful water birds. Thank you.

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  8. A lovely sight indeed. Godwits in breeding plumage are breathtaking.

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  9. Lovely and nice to see that black tail.

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  10. Imágenes acuáticas muy bonitas, Bob.

    Saludos.

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  11. Hi Bob.

    Wonderful Bob these birds.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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    1. Hi Fi, yes, I love their long beaks as well.

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  13. Godwits in breeding plumage are wonderful, Bob. I love the way you've captured one with its wings spread! Great to see the Avocet too.

    with my best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Yes Richard, it is in breeding plumage so fine.

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  14. Beautiful birds - great pictures Bob!
    Happy day Crissi

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  15. Birds are beautiful. Awesome photos. Thanks Bob.

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  16. Very beautiful pictures Bob, the breeding plumage is superb.

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  17. Lovely images, Bob!
    Have a nice week!
    Gil Zetbase

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  18. Some birds just don't know how to pose...

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  19. Wonderful shots, I really like it.

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  20. Fantastic set of images Bob. A cracking species.

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