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Several Tringa sandpipers

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Old Monday 21st August 2017, 09:20   #1
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Several Tringa sandpipers

Due to a large-scale drought all shorebirds in our area gathered at a few remaining lakes. Many were easily determined but some are a puzzle for us as we cannot rule out vagrants from other regions.
These were left unanswered at our local bird id forum.
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Old Monday 21st August 2017, 09:30   #2
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Wood Sandpipers?
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They look like juv Redshank to me.
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For these birds are Spotted Redshanks in non-breeding plumage: dark lore line in contrast with white supercilium, greyish wash on the breast sindes
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They look like juv Redshank to me.
Agree, though one individual is particularly leggy and hence like Spotted Redshank
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Agree, though one individual is particularly leggy and hence like Spotted Redshank
The one on the left in photos 2 & 3? Agree.
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The one on the left in photos 2 & 3? Agree.
Yes (2 & 4)
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