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Saturday, 23 March 2019

Green Sandpiper - Tringa ochropus

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









46 comments:

  1. Lovely photos Bob of a... Green Sandpiper.

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  2. Hello, Bob! Your Greenshank is a lovely bird. I am looking forward to seeing the shorebirds here. I hope you are having a great weekend!

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    1. Sorry, I typed Greenshank instead of Green Sndpiper. They would both be new birds for me. Thanks for linking up! Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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    2. That's alright Eileen, It could have happened to the best of us.

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  3. Hola Bob,bellas fotos de este Andarríos grande en un habitat natural de mucha belleza.Un saludo y feliz fin de semana.

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  4. Looks to me like a Greenshank, but since we don't see them here it would be better to have others weigh in with their verdict.

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  5. Wow--- you certainly captured this one beautifully. Why are they called green? Am I missing something?

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    1. They are a bit like that, they can be a black, brown or green, maybe its sun, hee hee. Thanks Bill.

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  6. Wonder why they name it green?

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    1. Read I answered that one in my letter to Bill, cheers Tabor.

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  7. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful Bob in the water.

    Greeting from patricia.

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  8. Hi Bob!!!.. Beautiful images. Regards ..

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  9. Amazing photos. Pleasure to watch the master's work.

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  10. Hi Bob,
    AMazing pictures ! Bird and vegetation are beautiful, I love !

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    1. Yes Nath, birds and vegetation go well, thanks.

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  11. Is he singing, Bob? You have caught him majestically!

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  12. Absolutely wonderful images of the (yes) Green Sandpiper, Bob. I particularly like the inclusion of the vegetation in the background - that's just how I usually see them! My very best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Thanks Richard. And you had the vegetation background.

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  13. Hi Bob,
    Super images of the Green Sandpiper, but definitely a dark coloured bird.
    All the best, John

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  14. Bonitas fotos de la lavandera, Bob, con muy buena nitidez en el ave.

    Saludos.

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  16. Hola Bob, preciosas imágenes del andarríos grande en su entorno natural.

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  17. What beautiful pictures of this special kind. Greetings Tinie

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  18. Beautiful photographs Bob, a nice looking bird.

    All the best Jan

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  19. Bob, this is a wonderful series of photos, I really like it.

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  20. long beak looks so exciting.
    have a great day

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  21. Oh, oh, Bob. You're making me jealous with these beautiful pictures!!!
    Amazing beautiful!
    Regards,
    Maria

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    1. Woops, don't get jealous, some of yours are beautiful too Maria.

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