Then there were four
Ruddy turnstones, well protected by their camouflage plumage, seeking food among small stones and shells on the mudflats of the Wadden Sea. Hoorn, Terschelling, Province Friesland, the Netherlands.
Author: Steppeland - Lutgarde De Brouwer
Photo size: 10.0 Mpixels (28.6 MB uncompressed) - 5165x1937 pixels (17.2x6.4 in / 43.7x16.4 cm at 300 ppi)
Photo keywords: 4, animal, animals, Arenaria interpres, bird, birds, dike, Europe, foerageren, foraging, four, Friesland, group, Hoorn - Terschelling, in the wild, kwelder, looking for food, nature, Netherlands, ornithology, Ruddy Turnstone, salt marsh, Schylge, Scolopacidae, Skylge, Steenloper, Strandlopers, Terschelling, the Netherlands, Wadden Sea, Waddenzee, wader, wading bird, waterkering, wildlife
Published in: Exploring Terschelling, an isle in the Wadden Sea