Saturday, 1 December 2012

Ross-On-Sea North Wales

After a couple of days of reports that there were around 15 plus Purple Sandpiper's present in Ross-On-Sea and with missing a trip to Rhyl last week for the Dessert Wheatear, this was my first oppertunity to head up that way, but alas there were no sightings of the Wheatear, so carried on to Ross-On-Sea for the Sandpiper as this was a first for me, a couple of record shots below but to say that the weather was bracing is an understatement and only found two sheltering from the incoming tide along with a hand full of Redshanks and Turnstones, after a warming pub lunch had a walk on the small harbour and came across the Rock Pipit's which are another first for me. I always think that if you know you can better your shots it's a good excuse for a further visit to a lovely area, so will be back.
Purple Sandpiper
Purple Sandpiper
Purple Sandpiper
Rock Pipit
Turnstone
Redshank

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