Semipalmated Sandpipers In Flight

We went to Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware to see what we could find for photo subjects. Usually you can find some close birds, but most of the pools were dried up so that limited quite a few spots to photograph.  Also landscapes are nice here, with nice cloud formations to add interest. It is a large NWR and usually most photo subjects there are quite far in the distance, so you need long lenses. But sometimes they cooperate and you find some closeup subjects. Especially when the pools have water. It is fun to see what you can find. This post features flying Semipalmated Sandpipers

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Semipalmated Sandpipers In Flight at Shearness Pool @ 600mm

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Semipalmated Sandpipers In Flight at Shearness Pool @ 600mm

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Semipalmated Sandpipers In Flight at Shearness Pool @ 600mm

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Semipalmated Sandpipers Foraging

 

4 Comments on “Semipalmated Sandpipers In Flight

    • Thanks Belinda! Yes, Fall is starting here. At this Refuge a lot of the large Pools are dried up so the Fall colors on the side of where the water used to be is not all that inviting for photos. But it was still fun to explore! Thanks again!

    • Thanks Donna! It has been a while since we were there so it was a fun day trip! You never quite know what to expect but it was a fun day!

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