Redshank, Tringa totanus, medium sized wader, medium length bill with black tip and orange base, long red legs, dark brown back, dark irregular markings on breast and flanks, noisy and nervous wader that alerts other species to approaching danger, most breed on salt marshes, others on freshwater marshes, wet grasslands and moors, common in winter on mudflats and estuaries, large numbers on the Wash
Redshank in breeding plumage balancing on a barbed wire fence.
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Local bus to fishguard over old stone bridge at Corsydd llangoffan, nature reserve, north Pembrokeshire, Wales. UK. This is one of the last surviving glaciated river marshes in Pembrokeshire. An oasis for rare plants.
Rye Harbour Road leading from the village of Rye Harbour, East Sussex, England to the English Channel. The road is always busy at weekends, with a nature reserve and five birdwatching hides attracting over 200,000 people a year.
The Camargue is a triangular area lying on the coast between the Languedoc-Roussillon and Provence. It is a river delta where the Rhône meets the sea - a marshy island bounded by two branches of the Rhône and the Mediterranean Sea. With an area of over 930 km² (360 sq. miles), the Camargue is western Europe's largest river delta, with exceptional biological diversity, and home to unique breeds of Camargue Horses and Camargue Bulls, and to more than 400 species of birds including Pink Flamingoes.