Lots of oystercatchers at the north beach at Fort Desoto. Including the first one that has the TO bands on his legs. I have pictures of him as far back as 2011.
A ruddy turnstone still in his summer feathers.
Two little plovers. A piping plover on top and a semipalmated plover on the bottom.
A mom and juvenile sandwich tern.
An almost grown black skimmer taking a break on the sand.
Pelicans resting on the shore.
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Great bird photos!
Pelicans look like wise old men!
Have a wonderful day!
I’ve only seen oystercatchers once – such a striking bird!
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These are great bird images! I especially like the reflections.
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I miss seeing pelicans. When I lived in California they were so common. – Margy