This was photographed in St. Catharines, Ont., on the weekend. Does anyone know if this is indeed a Semipalmated Sandpiper?Nikon D3sNikkor 600mm f/41/400 at f/5.6 ISO 4501/400 at f/5.6 ISO 4001/400 at f/6.3 ISO 560
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Beautiful images,Dave. Could be a Sanderling,but I'm no expert on shore birds. The semipalmated and sanderling are very similar.http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Sanderling/idRick
Excellent images and perspective, Dave!Markwww.mercuryoutdoorcommunications.com
Thank you Mark
Thank you Rick. I think you are correct. It does look like a Sanderling
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Great series Dave! #2 is my favorite.Good shootin'VaughnA Mile High NikonianPhotography: It's not what I do for a living---It's what I do for Life!www.vcottman.zenfolio.com
Really like the color(s) and detail. stan
Really excellent and, yes, a Sanderling.
Dave very nice stuff all of them. I find I enjoy #3 the most for the eye contact.
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thank you Tom, Vaugn, Stan and Reilly
Super sharp Dave, love the low "belly" shot angle. I'm also leaning towards it being a Sanderling, but still learning my shorebird ID's.
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