Sat watching the rain running down the window panes, heavy blatter by the Rain Gods scale (see Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy triology, book four I think), I started to look through my shorebird photos from Nova Scotia, all taken in 2015. I do this from time to time so that I can make a mental note of what I’d like to have a better photo of, a mental note that I then lose along with shopping instructions and turning off the heater in the bathroom after a shower.
After perusal, I thought to stick them here, and why not, when those virtually unbirdable wet days come along we have to amuse ourselves somehow. Then, I thought, why not expand it to include all the shorebirds you’ve seen and photographed in North America, so I did and here it is. This post is obviously more for those who just like to enjoy photos and I know I don’t cater enough for that audience these, not everyone wants tertials, gonydeal expansion and cloca pecking.
Northern Lapwing – didn’t say they were all good photos!
Greater Yellowlegs – Lesser Yellowlegs. Two for one
So, there we are, lots of nice, well mostly nice photos. I might do gulls next!