Friday, January 29, 2010

Ruddy Winter Turnstone

Friday, January 29, 2010
3 comments
Ruddy turnstone in winter plumage.

This afternoon, while frolicking on the beach at Cape Canaveral National Seashore with daughter Phoebe, I snapped off a few shots of the foraging ruddy turnstones. None of them was in breeding plumage, but then—I forget myself—it's January! They SHOULD be in winter plumage.

Not a whole lot of bird photography on this trip, at least not yet. Though, Phoebe got some nice shots for me of a loggerhead shrike at Viera. Here's one of them:

Loggerhead shrike at Viera Wetlands, FL. 1/27/10 by Phoebe Linnea Thompson

3 comments:

On January 30, 2010 at 10:46 AM Betsy S. Franz said...

Cool! You are here in my stomping grounds. Wish I still have the whip-poor-will hanging out in my yard this week.

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On February 1, 2010 at 4:49 PM littleorangeguy said...

Couldn't help but think this was an angry post, "ruddy" being a mild swear word in the house I grew up in. As in "Ruddy Winter Turnstones! Where's their ruddy breeding plumage?"

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