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Monday, 24 September 2018

Redshanks - Tringa totanus

Photographed at the Rushy Hide, Slimbridge WWT, Gloucestershire, GB.











32 comments:

  1. Hi Bob,
    Very beautiful colors of bill and legs. I love this bird.

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  2. Oh he is a handsome fellow Bob! Redshanks and red bill -- what a beauty!!

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  3. You photographic place is a real gem. A really beautiful bird.

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  4. Hola Bob,fantasticas fotos del Archibebe común,pocos he visto este año por mi zona.Un saludo.

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  5. Yet another charmer with bright legs and bill.

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  6. Drinking or trying to catch something? Lovely shots of a captivating bird!

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  7. He does what he does very well. I on the other hand would prefer not to dig in the mud for... Whoops, no politics. Super pictures, as always.

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  8. Nice series of all these different birds... Love the header..

    Cheers

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  9. Una buena secuencia en la que lo vemos buscando su alimento en las aguas someras.
    Una abrazo,

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  10. Hello, it is a cute bird. I like it's bright colored legs. Have a happy day!

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    1. Hi Eileen
      You can notice it by it's legs, have a beautiful day.

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  11. Hi Bob, Lovely bird and very nice captured!
    I don't see them anymore in my environment. They are probably already left to Africa or here on the West Frisian Islands (De Wadden), where there are many birds including the Redshanks, spend the winter.
    Best regards, Maria

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  12. Hi Bob,
    Superset of images of the Redshank, such a pretty wader.
    Always love the bright colored legs.
    All the best, John

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    1. Hi John
      It has a beautiful legs, coloured so wonderful.

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  13. Brilliant pictures. Always look like they should wash the mud off their beaks

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  14. bonitos los momentos captado en esta secuencia fotográfica, Bob.

    Saludos.

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    1. Hi Jesús
      And thank you for everything.

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  15. Hi Bob. I have very much enjoyed seeing your delightful Redshank images. I haven't seen a Reshank for a while now, and was in need of a fix!
    My very best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Hi Richard
      Redshank are beautiful, I am lucky to see one, but, Slimbridge is a wonderful place to see wild birds.

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  16. Love the series of photographs showing this bird, aren't its legs a brilliant colour!

    All the best Jan

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  17. Hi Bob,
    Most of the redshanks are already fatrolling with us but you still show a few very nice and sharp ones. Really supremacy showing :-)

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