A lone Redshank amongst a flock of sleeping Oystercatchers

A mooch around South Gare at the mouth of the Tees. Twitchers were twitching over a black-throated diver. Apparently. But it was so far away I couldn’t make out any detail. Could well have been a cormorant as far as I knew. Instead, a lone Redshank amongst a flock of sleeping Oystercatchers caught my attention. Before being disturbed by the dog.
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One Reply to “A lone Redshank amongst a flock of sleeping Oystercatchers”

  1. So many oyster catchers around. There’s always a big flock between Sandsend and Whitby, mostly feeding off worms on the golf course! Seem to be thriving though.

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