Petten bird reserve dunlins and avocets


On 17 March, after the geese and wigeons in the meadows around the lake in the Putten nature reserve, to the lake.

Avocets, Putten near Petten, 17 March 2012

Scores of avocets.

Black-headed gulls. Lesser-blacked gulls. Common gulls.

Scores of black-tailed godwits. Redshanks.

Black-tailed godwits, redshank, and oystercatchers, Putten near Petten, 17 March 2012

On this photo, behind the redshank to the right, one of the black-tailed godwits has a ring around its leg.

Turnstones.

Teal swimming.

Dunlins, Putten near Petten, 17 March 2012

Coming quite close, a group of five dunlins, feeding.

Black-tailed godwits and curlews, Putten near Petten, 17 March 2012

Many curlews.

Finally, three barnacle geese flying.

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