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  1. Little Egret

    Little Egret

  2. Spoonbill trio

    Spoonbill trio

  3. Oystercatchers performing the piping call

    Oystercatchers performing the piping call

    To hear them piping: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrV9RJ0FX2I&ab_channel=Wildlife%26BirdsUK
  4. Bar-tailed Godwit

    Bar-tailed Godwit

  5. Narrow escape SF

    Narrow escape SF

    Herring Gull, a little perplexed
  6. In the wake.

    In the wake.

    Grebe with youngster in the wake, it was quite an amazing sight to see this young ´snake-like´ Grebe plodding to catch up with the parent!
  7. Curlew vs Oystercatcher

    Curlew vs Oystercatcher

    First one to arrive in the briny puddle was the Curlew. But the dominant Oystercatcher soon drove the longest bill away......
  8. Great Crested Grebe

    Great Crested Grebe

  9. Mother Mallard and youngsters

    Mother Mallard and youngsters

  10. Jackdaw

    Jackdaw

    This bird I do not see very often here alongside the Western Scheldt seadike, a nice opportunity to show it now on the BF. In the exif I also see the distance to the subject, I did not notice this before, so in the next postings I will state this information too.
  11. Carrion Crow

    Carrion Crow

  12. Spoonbill duo

    Spoonbill duo

  13. Spoonbill

    Spoonbill

  14. Carrion Crow

    Carrion Crow

  15. Cornelis

    Comment by 'Cornelis' in media 'common sandpiper'

    A cracking image of this Sandpiper, JJ! TFS !
  16. Whimbrel and Redshank

    Whimbrel and Redshank

    First I thought the greater bird is the Curlew, but later I realised that there ´s a difference. I looked it up and then I was convinced this could only be the Whimbrel! BTW in Dutch the Curlew is named the ´Wulp´ and the Whimbrel the ´Regenwulp´, translated in English the ´Raincurlew´. Many...
  17. Whimbrel

    Whimbrel

    Practising the ´One Leg Landing´ (OLL).
  18. Wormy Face for SF

    Wormy Face for SF

  19. Bar-tailed Godwit and Redshank

    Bar-tailed Godwit and Redshank

  20. Little Egret

    Little Egret

  21. Cornelis

    Comment by 'Cornelis' in media 'corn bunting'

    Wonderful image of this Corn Bunting, JJ!! Composition, colours and bokeh all first class!! Tfs!
  22. Shelduck on the mudflat

    Shelduck on the mudflat

  23. Cornelis

    Comment by 'Cornelis' in media 'firecrest'

    A wonderful image of this Firecrest JJ! All the best and TFS!
  24. Landing Cormorant

    Landing Cormorant

  25. Cornelis

    Comment by 'Cornelis' in media 'reed warbler'

    Very glad you are back, JJ! And an amazing image of a Reed Warbler! TFS and all the best!
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