Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Black-necked Stilt (Himantopus mexicanus) - 21May2016

This was one of those photo opportunities you just don't get very often.  It was on the Outer Banks of North Carolina after a big rain. One of those one-day magical puddles that attracts migrating waders and shore birds.  There was quite a few different species but the Black-necked Stilts stole the show.  The calm conditions and reflective water made for some  great photo opportunities.  Now that I look back on it I should have probably stayed a little longer and tried for some better shots but I am pleased with these none the less.

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