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|Wood Sandpiper (Tringa glareola)|
I have captured this 'Wood Sandpiper' at Marieval Bird Sanctuary, early in the morning.
It's a kind of solitary Sandpiper with short fine bill, brown back and longer yellowish legs. They migrate to Africa from subarctic wetlands. This bird is usually found on fresh water during migration and wintering. They mainly eat small insects.
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- [2018-10-07 14:06]
Hi Srikumar,perfect capture of this wood sandpiper,a common species but always interesting to see,perfect sharpness on the body,not on legs because a too long time of exposure. Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
Very good image with perfect focus , details and color.
- [2018-10-08 5:55]
Excellent picture Srikmar of this bird! Very natural color, great sharpnes and details. Very nice light and composition.
Thank you for sharing this great picture.
- [2018-10-09 5:51]
great shot Sri with very nice light on this bird
good details and lovely naturel colours
thanks gr lou