Here’s a spoon-billed sandpiper as a follow on from last week’s post on shorebird conservation.
Every year, millions of shorebirds undertake one of the world’s most spectacular migrations. Bird after bird travels half way across the world, from breeding grounds in the Arctic, to non-breeding grounds throughout the Southern hemisphere. In fact some species, such as the Bar-tailed godwit are able to do this in a single flight. A female… Read More Feathers in the mud