Friday, March 23, 2012

Friday's Foto

According to "Bull's Birds of New York State", Greater Yellowlegs are one of only a few species of shorebirds that are uncommon but regular in winter along New York's coast. It is still a bit early in the season, so I assume that this pair overwintered in the area and are not premature migrants. Here's a good comparison of the Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs.

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