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Wilson's Phalarope (female)
Wilsons Phalarope (Phalaropus tricolor) Photographed in a small marshy pond in Hazel Bazemore Park, a Nueces County Park in Calallen, Texas, USA. Sexually dimorphic in breeding plumage. Open flat floodplain, marshy ponds and transitional riparian forest dominated by cedar elm and coastal live oak situated in the Gulf Prairies and Marshes Vegetation Area. The elevation where the ponds are is ca. 1 m (3.3 ft).
Habitat
Small marshy pond
Location
Hazel Bazemore Park, a Nueces County Park in Calallen, Texas, USA.
Date taken
November 2008
Scientific name
Phalaropus tricolor
Equipment used
Canon EOS 50D with a Canon EF 300mm f/4L IS lens, ISO 250, Shutter speed 1/640, f/10.0.
Staff member
Opus Editor
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Oh it's lovely Stanley. You nailed everything in this shot - even the glare she's giving you ;)
 
An outstanding detailed image of this beautiful bird Stanley. Brilliant !!! tfs.
 

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