We saw this Sandpiper walking in the surf on the beach. There was an opening in the grasses along the Wildlife Drive so we had an opportunity to get a few shots before it walked past the opening.
Category: Birds, Blog, Brigantine NWR, Oceanville NJ, Favorite Locations, Wildlife Tagged: Brigantine Division, canon 400mm f/4 DO, Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Sandpiper, Shorebirds
That is so nice to see! I love the patterns on its feathers!
Thanks! Where I usually photograph, they are in the grasses or the shoreline is blocked by the grasses. So it was fun to be get a few clear shots of them.
That’s a dynamic leg position in the last photo. We can sense the sandpiper marching along.
They do work an area!
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