Turnstones(Arenaria interpres) - Feeding in the Seaweed
Willow Tit(Poecile montanus) - Perched on small twig
Redshank(Tringa totanus) - Coming in to land
Female Stonechat(Saxicola rubicola) - Perched high on thorny vegetation
Grey Partridge(Perdix perdix) - Taking refuge in tall grass.
Long-tailed Tit(Aegithalos caudatus) - Against bright and colourful background
Starry Eyed Starling(Sturnus vulgaris)
Well hello there nice to
Can you
Sanderling(Calidris alba) - With a wiggly worm
Sanderling(Calidris alba) - Running from incoming wave.
My pot of gold at the end of the rainbow - St Marys Lighthouse.
Redshank(Tringa totanus) - Exit, stage right
Sanderling(Calidris alba) - Walking towards camera
Cormorant(Phalacrocorax carbo) - All at Sea(Or how to push the boundaries of bird photography)
Female Goosander(Mergus merganser) - Preening
Bar-tailed Godwit(Limosa lapponica) - In flight
Hoglet amongst the Grass
Grey Heron(Ardea cinerea) - What a Catch!!
Grey Heron(Ardea cinerea) - About to Take off

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Turnstones(Arenaria interpres) - Feeding in the Seaweed

After a hide tide and the sea is starting to turn back, the waders return to feast on the bounty left behind.

I can only imagine what joys these Turnstone will find amongst all this left by the sea.

This day it was quite breezy and the sea had been rough all day. So there were still some waves crashing behind the birds, think this makes for a great background and also takes my eye away from that bit of ANNOYING seaweed just in front of the bird!!

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