Wildlife Wednesday

Ruddy Turnstone

Ruddy Turnstone picture from 2005

Got a picture of this Ruddy Turnstone a few years back, sorry about the low resolution, it was an older camera!

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11 responses to “Wildlife Wednesday

  1. I think the picture is stunning! Wish I could have seen one of these guys . . . that would have been a lifer for me! This is just another bird that you are up on me with! Great Job Bud!

  2. LOB

    That’s one cool bird, J! I am enjoying your blog. Keep up the good work! I know Tom is so proud of you.

  3. rick

    i love this bird that you photographed. hope to see one someday. you are becoming a wonderful photographer.

  4. Mel

    Cool bird! Congrats on the pic, although you think is not good resolution, it is amazing (specially for the ones of us who have only seen that guy in THAT pic!)
    Hugs from Peru!
    Mel :)

  5. Great to see them in breeding plumage – they are beautiful in a patchwork sort of way!

  6. i love any bird that has “ruddy” in it’s name.

  7. Nice shot! They are such neat birds!

  8. Actually this is pretty great! What a cool guy! I appreciate the photo because I’m always up on learning about the methodology of ID’ing and the ability to see as many shots of birds as I can! Great job!

  9. Very nice image, I have taken a lot worse, you do very well YoungNatJ :)

  10. That is a beautiful bird. I’ve never seen one before. I just added you to my rss feed. You have a really nice blog.

  11. Thank you everyone for all of the kind comments!

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