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Waders Cambridgeshire gravel works UK (1 Viewer)

ozil321

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Hi, I really struggle with waders but I think the second one is a common greenshank. I'm really not sure about the first one and don't know if the harsh light is playing tricks. Is anyone able to help me please? 1.jpg 2.JPG
 

Andy Hurley

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Greenshank looks fine for both. the bill looks long for Green Sand which was my second choice for #1
 

Andy Hurley

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While I was havering, the solution to your dilema was given by expiles and confirmed by Lou
 
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