SBWR is a good start. I have not been there for a while but heard from sources that many birdwatchers and photographers have been spotted there recently. Yes, a wild boar too.Im headed out to SB this evening, hope to catch some too!
Thanks for the concern. The planks were actually moving due to the sea conditions. :sweat:I was worried that you were gonna take a "dunking"...
The images were cropped.PS: Did you crop the pics or it's all at full frames?
Initially, I was asking myself could this be a stint, sharp-tailed sandpiper or some birds in summer plumage as I referred to the field guides. Eventually, I named it as sharp-tailed sandpiper because it looked like the one in a photographic guide by Morten Strange.Looking at the features of the bird, I think it is a Stint rather than a Sharp-tailed Sandpiper.