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    Sandpiper Hampshire UK 7/4/23

    It was spangly, I'm used to seeing adult Green Sandpipers looking much more uniform dark grey/white.
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    Sandpiper Hampshire UK 7/4/23

    Definitely three bars, I saw those clearly. Thank you (PS Thanks for the link, that didn't come up when I googled. Mind you based on that I'm going for Solitary Sandpiper ha ha!)
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    Sandpiper Hampshire UK 7/4/23

    I'm trying to positively id this wader, seen today in a local watercress bed. I'm thinking Green Sandpiper in intermediate moult. I have seen Green Sandpipers in this spot most winters, but this looks different, much less monochrome. My overall impression in the flesh (I only had basic binos...