Solitary Sandpiper

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This bird is a shore bird that lives along the river banks in central New York. They make a high pitch sound as they fly. Their long beaks and long legs help them to find food in the mud banks along the river banks.


Solitary Sandpiper. Wading on the river mud flat.


Solitaty Sandpiper. Standing on a log.


Solitary Sandpiper . Wading on the river mud flat.


Solitary Sandpiper. Feeding on the river mud flat.


Solitary Sandpiper. Wading on a river mud flat.


Soitary Sandpiper. Feeding on the river mud flat.


Solitary Sandpiper. Wading on a river mud flat.


Solitary Sandpiper. Wading on a mud flat in the river.


Solitary Sandpiper. Wading on a mud flat in the river.


Solitary Sandpiper. Stretching its wings.


Solitary Sandpiper. Feeding in the mud flats.


Solitary Sandpiper. Stepping on the log as he is coming closer to shore.

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