No. 65 Spotted Redshank
.. together with a plain ol' Redshank
...and with the Spoonbill.
Feeding in one of the salt-marsh pools on what appears to be prawns.
If you compare this photo to THIS it appears to be the same bird.
The dark areas seem to be identical.
I'm very pleased with these two flight shots of what is a truly stunning bird!
Warming up one of the Seaton Marshes posts ready for the first Wheatears of the year.
Every time I visit Seaton Marshes this drake Shoveler is keeping his lonely vigil on the lagoon.
Always nice to see a Small Tortoiseshell
As I returned to the the car park, the afternoon was rounded off beautifully with this lovely double rainbow, complete with supernumeraries and showing Alexander's Band really nicely too.