BIRDS ON THE BEACH: ROLLING HARBOUR, ABACO


By which I mean, of course, Plovers and Ruddy Turnstones on the Delphi beach, but let’s just keep an eye on the individual ‘hits’ tally for this provocatively titled post…

A single Wilson’s Plover – February 2010

Four Ruddy Turnstones at the north end of the beach, on the lethal coral –   March 2011 

(thanks for the ID correction Margaret – see comments below)

Two Ruddy Turnstones – March 2011

An inviting track to be followed (quite some distance, as it turned out)

The end of the track – a crab’s home

Finally, his ‘n’ hers rods – evidence of a perfect Rolling Harbour afternoon

2 thoughts on “BIRDS ON THE BEACH: ROLLING HARBOUR, ABACO

  1. I have a correction for the birds on the beach identifications. The first picture is of plovers – Wilson’s Plover but the next two on the coral are Ruddy Turnstones in non-breeding plumage. Compliments on the progress of the blog and website. What fun to keep up with all the news and sightings.

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