Shorebirds at Fort Desoto

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Willet in the early morning sun.

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Willet (in breeding feathers) eating what looks like is a shrimp.

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The long billed curlew has been out every morning making the rounds for a couple of months now. I followed him for a half an hour hoping he would dig up a crab but no luck.

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Black bellied plover hopping off to somewhere.

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Marbled godwits stopping their feeding to give me a glance.

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Laughing gull flying in to join the crowd.

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“Hey, where is everybody going?”

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A bald eagle flying around spooked the shorebirds.

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No one out at the beach this early in the morning.

Just a few shorebirds hanging around Fort Desoto on an early Saturday morning.

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