A number of smaller birds were taking their chances in the mêlée of larger ducks, geese and swans at feeding time at WWT Martin Mere. I concentrated my camera onto these small waders, which turned out to be black tailed godwits. As waders go, they are reasonably large, much bigger than the delightful ruffs that were also scampering around.
Interesting features in these photographs are:
- the comparatively huge feet of the pink footed goose in the first picture,
- the seemingly transparent leg in the second picture and
- the seemingly sinister coot in the background of the last one.