Willet in North America, video


This video from the USA says about itself:

Willet foraging in surf

22 July 2015

The Willet is a large, mostly-gray shorebird with long legs and a thick, straight bill. During the winter, Willets can be found on beaches and rocky shorelines on both coasts. In flight, this species shows a bold black-and-white wing pattern.

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