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Eurasian Curlew Missing Foot
Eurasian Curlew Missing Foot
Species: Numenius arquata (Eurasian Curlew)

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Eurasian Curlew In Flight
Eurasian Curlew In Flight
Species: Numenius arquata (Eurasian Curlew)

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Little Ringed Plover
Little Ringed Plover
Species: Charadrius dubius curonicus (Little Ringed Plover)

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Blackface Spoonbill Swallowing Fish
Blackface Spoonbill Swallowing Fish
Species: Platalea minor (Black-faced Spoonbill)

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Caspian Terns In Crowd
There were few terns and many seagulls, but the bright red bill makes them stand out.
Species: Hydroprogne caspia (Caspian tern)

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Black Faced Spoonbilll Beak
Black Faced Spoonbilll Beak
Species: Platalea minor (Black-faced Spoonbill)

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Black Faced Spoonbill Profile
Black Faced Spoonbill Profile
Species: Platalea minor (Black-faced Spoonbill)

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Oriental Magpie-Robin
These birds would come and go. They aren't setup well for feeding in the mud, but that didn't stop them for getting a meal.
Species: Copsychus saularis (Oriental Magpie-Robin)

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Bad Day For A Mudskipper
I think there is a large amount of food stealing with Egrets. When I saw an Egret get food, it generally flew off.
Species: Ardea alba (Great Egret)

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White Wagtail Leucopsis
On two different occasions I saw this species show up at the foreshore.
Species: Motacilla alba leucopsis (White-faced Wagtail)

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Osprey On Watch
Ocean, Rivers, Lakes, Old World, New World, these birds are pretty much everywhere.
Species: Pandion haliaetus (Osprey)

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Saunders Gull
Saunders Gull
Species: Chroicocephalus saundersi (Saunders's Gull, Chinese black-headed gull)

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White Throated Kingfisher Chased Off Perch
Saunders's gull is apparently a kleptoparasite, it likes to steal food from other species.
Species: Halcyon smyrnensis (White-throated Kingfisher), Chroicocephalus saundersi (Saunders's Gull, Chinese black-headed gull)

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Black Kite Landing
Usually these birds soar and soar and soar - I don't often see them land.
Species: Milvus migrans lineatus (black-eared kite)

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Common Sandpiper With Reflection
Common Sandpiper With Reflection
Species: Actitis hypoleucos (Common Sandpiper)

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Lone Caspian Tern
There is one Caspian Tern in the middle of the scene. Some cormorants, some of the larger gulls and ducks. The Northern Shoveler is pretty common (green head, large bill) and Eurasian Wigeon.
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Pied Avocet
Last year I saw hundreds of these birds skimming the mud - this year only a few dozen. They may have been further out or already migrated to a new location.
Species: Recurvirostra avosetta (Pied Avocet)

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Whimbrel
There were only two of three of these running around close by, but they are quite funny to watch. They plunge that long beak deep into the mud hoping to pull up whatever they eat - they almost look like they are falling on their faces.
Species: Numenius phaeopus (Whimbrel)

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Little Egret
Those bright yellow feet sure stand out.
Species: Egretta garzetta (Little Egret)

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Common Greenshank
David Diskin was kind enough to correct my incorrect identification - this is a common greenshank, not a Marsh Sandpiper. The bill here is slightly upturned while a Marsh Sandpiper has a flat bill.
Species: Tringa nebularia (Common greenshank)

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