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Marsh Sandpiper

Marsh Sandpiper (Image ID 43235)
CommentI had been sitting at the waters edge for some time in a portable hide and was beginning to think that the hide wasn't working because the birds were still so far away. Slowly they came in closer and I was pleased when this Marsh Sandpiper decided to parade past my vantage point. The calm water and the reflection an added bonus. So often I see the black mud drenching the waders feet as they tip-toe through the water.
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