Love your shots of these charming little shore birds. Up coughing and saw you here so thought I would say hello. Thanks for your well wishes and have a lovely weekend
So cute that first photo!! I have some matching up to do myself with some birds here in Aruba too!!!...:)JP
Good morning! At least I think it is. It's only 27 degrees here again. I think Spring got lost. Love your shorebird photos.
i'd have a tough time with shorebirds, too - good thing i don't get many stopping inland here. :)
Beautiful photos, Carole!
How beautiful! Your photos are captiving!
Carole, pretty shorebirds and lovely images! I am looking forward to seeing some shorebirds here. Happy Weekend!
I've never seen a Double-banded Plover - nice spotting! I do love Turnstones however, as they are surprisingly colourful for a wader, and that last photo shows that very well!
They are both so cute, Carole.You have a wonderful weekend!
Thanks for the day away at the shore Carole...lovely scenes!Jan
Wonderful photographs of your shorebirds, Carole!Aren't they fun to try and sort out? I studied one the other day for several minutes until deciding it was a rock. Oh well. If it was easy, it wouldn't be so much fun! :)All the best from Florida!
Nice pictures - waders are a mater of practice and more practice!Somebody suggested to me that in my part of the world you need t make sure its not a red-necked stint, a curlew sand-piper or a curlew sandpiper before you move on to other species! Makes sense to me!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Well we don't get Double-banded Plover over here Carole but we do get lots of Ruddy Turnstones, the great world travellers. I just love seeing familiar birds in unfamiliar places.
Great images Carole.
A delightful post, Carole. It makes me yearn for a visit to the sea again!
Two gorgeous species, Carole! I haven't come across either even though I have photographed many of the other species.Shore birds are quite difficult to identify as so many are similar in colour and even size. You have done well here!
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