Another Black-necked Stilt wading through the algae. Lots of bugs here too!
A Black-necked Stilt and it’s reflection
A Greater Yellowlegs takes a break and puts it’s leg up after a busy morning hunting for worms on the mud flats.
With the tide out, this Greater Yellowlegs is finding it tough going in the soft mud!
Here’s a Yellowlegs. Might be Male, Might be Female, Might be a Greater Yellowlegs or a Lesser Yellowlegs. I dunno!!
But I know its’ never alone when it’s got it’s shadow And it’s Reflection!
A group of Dowitchers suddenly on alert and ready to fly. Which they did several seconds after this shot!
Greater Yellowlegs just hanging about.
Here’s an abstract view of some “Peeps” in flight
A group of Yellowlegs gather on a stone outcrop.
They definitely live up to their name!
A Greater Yellowlegs stretches it’s wings
A Greater Yellowlegs hunting.
I was quite fascinated with how it was making a large dimple in the water from the waters surface tension.
Amid the reflections
and a splash of light
a solitary Greater Yellowlegs does what such birds do, wade!
Here’s a group of about 30 shorebirds.
I have no idea what they are. I find their identification to be somewhat difficult!
Three Lesser Yellowlegs hunt for food along the edge of the reeds
Here’s another American Avocet. I love it’s blue legs! It’s amazing that a bird with this much leg is able to balance nicely on one of them!
A Wilson’s Phalarope! These guys have long legs, but seem to like to swim too! His mate was close by.
A Yellowlegs. Not sure whether it’s a Greater or Lesser! The differences are subtle. I loved this guys reflection, the water drops and it’s wonderful ripples that look like they are drawn on!
A Killdeer takes cover behind some grass growing at the edge of the pond.
A Lesser Yellowlegs glides through the water among the reflections from nearby reeds