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Old Thursday 9th September 2010, 22:16   #1
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Couple of waders - Keyhaven UK

Now I have these down as a dunlin and spotted redshank - but I'm not too sure about the spotted part!!

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Now I have these down as a dunlin and spotted redshank - but I'm not too sure about the spotted part!!

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Roger
The Redshank is a juvenile in fresh plumage,all the feathers are paler around the edges,giving the bird a spotty look
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