One of my life time first birds seen in Norfolk was the Little Stint. At first it was seen with the aid of another kind birders scope, but a little later it was seen very close with the naked eye, and then my camera. A lovely little wading bird one that I won't forget in a hurry.
Also seen at Titchwell were a Ruff, Grey Plover and Common Redshank. Some pictures of these below.
Grey Plover in lovely breeding plumage.
A Grey Plover as you would see outside of breeding season.
Beautiful captures Adam!!! The breeding plumage continues to astound me how different they are during that particular season compared to the remaining months!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos of these beautiful birds!ReplyDelete
I always love your birds/captures, Adam, and these are wonderful! Thanks for sharing!! Have a great week!ReplyDelete
I bet you nearly exploded when you saw the Little Stint. From FindlayReplyDelete
Excellent photography of nature's beautiful birds ~ great shots ~ carol ^_^ReplyDelete
Congrats on your sightings! They all look like wonderful birds to me. Have a happy week ahead!ReplyDelete
Always so exciting to see a life bird! And nice you got a good photo too!ReplyDelete
What pretty bird shots.ReplyDelete
You have taken such excellent photos of those waders.ReplyDelete
A great series of photos of the shorebirds. I commonly see Red-necked Stints - but not Little Stints!ReplyDelete
also no Redshanks! Both are on my "wish list"!
Wonderful assortment of shorebirds and your little stint is a beauty for sure. Wonderful place there.ReplyDelete