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Kinnordy Wader - Redshank?

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Old Tuesday 25th June 2019, 12:50   #1
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Kinnordy Wader - Redshank?

To the left of the Lapwing and Wigeon... if it's not a Redshank I can't think what else.

Not a good image and a big crop so I'm sorry about that, I wasn't actually focused on them, but something else in the foreground which I've cropped out for this question.
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Ooops!!!! So sorry Seth... it's now there.

Need to wake up, don't I.
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Looks like a Redshank D
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Thanks Andrew.

Always the hope that I might have summat different LOL. You never know what may turn up at Kinnordy!
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The "Wigeon" looks more like a Gadwall to me!
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Won't argue. Didn't get a better pose than that, but one of them thought there might be a bit of ginger showing on his head.
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