A grey plover spreads its wings next to another red knot group.
Another bar-tailed godwit looks for food in the shallow water.
For the moment, we say goodbye to the Schorren and its many birds.
We go to the other side of the dike.
This is the end of the blog entries about 26 October on Texel during daytime. However, I was still there after sunset, when the stars shone. So, stay tuned!
Savvy bar-tailed godwit equipped for climate challenge: here.
Red Knot: Master of Long-Distance Aviation Loses Ground: here.
- Hen harrier, avocets, redshanks (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Texel bar-tailed godwits and fieldfare (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- British birds and climate change (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Titchwell Marsh RSPB visit 22 / 09 / 2013 (abbeybirder.wordpress.com)
- Brent geese, sanderlings and plovers (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Country diary: Church Norton, West Sussex: Migrants en route from the tundra (theguardian.com)
- Grey plover, herons and hides works… (blashfordlakes.wordpress.com)
- Who Do Those Marsh Terns Think They Are? (topbirdsandeveryfing.typepad.com)
- The Daily Beast – September 23, 2013 (thestar.blogs.com)