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  1. Redshank


  2. Redshank


  3. Common and Spotted Redshank.

    Common and Spotted Redshank.

    The rear bird is a Spotted Redshank. The longer and slightly down turned beak is distinctive. Both birds are in non-breeding plumage. There is a difference in the plumage too.
  4. Redshank


    Redshank from a trip i took at easter
  5. Redshank


    Having a wee tussle
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    Spotted redshank? Northern Sweden, September

    Would this be a spotted redshank in winter colors? Northern Sweden (east coast) today, September 2nd. Still from video, so a bit blurry, but I hope you can see it clearly enough.
  7. Showing the shanks

    Showing the shanks

    Greenshank and Redshank
  8. 4 species

    4 species

  9. Redshank


  10. Redshanks


  11. Redshank


  12. Bright tights

    Bright tights

    One in red stockings and the other in green. Confusingly, though the Norwegian common name for Redshank (Rødstilk, literally green stalk) closely matches the English, the Norwegian name for Greenshank is Gluttsnipe, while Grønnstilk is the Wood Sandpiper. :S
  13. Redshank and Turnstone.jpg

    Redshank and Turnstone.jpg

    Redshank and Turnstone sitting on rocks
  14. Redshank


  15. Red-stockings


    Ever since learning to recognize their call, I can't help but think of those bright red legs as fancy stockings for dancing, rather some red stockings I had back in my teens. Their "tune" is so danceable: Toodoot Toodoot, tadoot daDoodoot.
  16. Redshank


    Redshank, shot taken at distance.
  17. Redshank


    Redshank, shot taken at distance.
  18. 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...
  19. Bar-tailed Godwit and Redshank

    Bar-tailed Godwit and Redshank

  20. Redshank and BHG

    Redshank and BHG

    Wary and noisy birds, the Redshank. Together with a Black-headed Gull on the mudflat a nice opportunity to capture.
  21. Lakescape - 635

    Lakescape - 635

    Lakescape - 635 A joy unlimited ... ... to behold one still wearing largely intact breeding plumage on their arrival back to India ... A stand out performance by ... this outstanding wader ... In ... that peri-sunset Sunset lighting ... ____________ Spotted Redshank Tringa erythropus...
  22. Lakescape - 633

    Lakescape - 633

    Lakescape - 633 A good hearted bloke ... ... welcomed me with open arms An outstanding gesture ... And ... Wasn't I pleased to put it on record ... __________ Spotted Redshank Gurgaon Rural Haryana India 1 October 2018
  23. Lakescape - 632

    Lakescape - 632

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  24. Common Redshank

    Common Redshank

  25. Common Redshank

    Common Redshank