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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.
Winter sojourning
Ruddy Turnstone is another long distance traveller breeding in northern Eurasia, Greenland, Canada and Alaska.

Either wintering in South America or, as this subspecies ([I]interpres[/I]) as far south as Africa and around the coasts of Australia.

Aren't birds amazing.
Sheltered harbour
Rushy Point, Little Grove, Albany, Western Australia
Date taken
11 November 2019
Scientific name
Arenaria interpres interpres
Equipment used
Nikon Coolpix P900 Birdwatching mode
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Lovely detailed double, pose and location Delia, many tfs and a fine set today and many thanks for the Ecard, much appreciated.
always fascinated by bird migration, Delia, nicely illustrated by this great photo of this brave little wader, top marks, many tfs!!!
They do get around ... as in around the world, or at least up and down it. Impressive!
Wow, this handsome wader does get around!. One of my favorite waders here in Texas with their orange legs. Excellent low camera angle view D! TFS!

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Asia, Australia & Pacific Islands
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