My Grandma dropped me off at around 10AM, with a scope, pair of binoculars, Collin's Bird Guide and a keen eye I was on a mission for... Well I had no idea what was in store but it sure was good!
The first birds my eyes met were Black-Tailed Godwits, a flock of around a 100 that were well distributed round the site...
|1 Bar-tailed Godwit was in the flock|
|Far enough for a crisper image, Islandica pictured middle right.|
|Shaky Hands! Islandica pictured middle left behind "normal" Black-Tailed Godwit|
|Note: White head; fairly light-coloured wings and long wing trojectary.|
|Correct me if wrong!|
|Although common now, Little Egrets are still beautiful!|
|Quite a nice couple, blatantly the boy looking at me and the girl turning her back, ignorant...|
|Range again did cause slight blur.|
|I like this shot, enables you to see the black crown on top.|
|One-legged wonder, the Flamingos aren't the only one ;)|