Happy Monday, enjoy your day!
This week I am sharing the Solitary Sandpiper. The Solitary Sandpiper like it's name is usually seen alone, but sometimes small groups may be seen together during migration. They are seen on the edges of muddy ponds, streams and marshes. I found these two Solitary Sandpipers along with a couple of Yellowlegs where a stream goes into our lake. The area is somewhat like a mudflat when the lake is low.
The Solitary Sandpiper is a medium sized shorebird and has a dark back and white underparts. They wings appear to have little white dots.
They have a white eye-ring and a dark medium sized bill.
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