As good as they look individually, they certainly look better in a group.
Let me know when that tide's coming in won't you
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Black tailed Godwits
At the end of April, I made a visit to Burton Mere on the Wirral. There were a few different waders about, but probably the most striking and colourful were the Black-tailed Godwits. Many were in their summer breeding plumage, or close to it, and when they were huddled together they looked superb.
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Hi Adam, I loved seeing a Black-tailed Godwit only having seen a Bar-tail Godwit once in my life while living in Tanzania, East Africa. And them huddled in a group, certainly makes an impression. Greetings. JoReplyDelete
Wow, how wonderful a sight! We saw from Liminka one bird. It was great to see this bird.ReplyDelete
I like all the photos on this entire blog.Love the gentle colors on the Godwit on this one. Great Shots. Have a wonderful weekend, cheers.ReplyDelete
Great shots of beautiful bird.ReplyDelete
Hello, I love the color on the Godwit. They are beautiful. Awesome series of photos.ReplyDelete
Like you said Adam great as a group, but good shot either way.ReplyDelete
All the best Goredon.
They're beautiful birds, aren't they?ReplyDelete
Nice images - thanks for sharing them with us at this week's photo linky:
Look at him strut!ReplyDelete