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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.
five wader species
Taken at the onset of the falling tide.
In the foreground, from left to right: terek sandpiper, sharp-tailed sandpiper, two lesser sand plovers, red-necked stint, another lesser sand plover and a bar-tailed godwits. Two more tereks and two more godwits in the background.
Gunsan, South Korea
Date taken
24 April 2017
Scientific name
xenus cinereus, calidris acuminata, charadrius mongolus, calidris ruficollis, limosa lapponica
Equipment used
canon EOS 550D + canon 400 mm
Well you certainly lucked out getting to view all these Waders and you got yourself and us a great group capture image of them JJ!
Five species of waders in one frame is quite impressive JJ. Great focus and dof too. Excellent work JJ!
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Oh my goodness!! Now that must be a great place to go JJ!!!

You've a wonderful selection of waders there my friend. Very well done lad.

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