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|BLACK-TAILED GODWIT - DANUBE DELTA|
The black-tailed godwit (Limosa limosa) is a large, long-legged, long-billed shorebird first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1758. It is a member of the godwit genus, Limosa. There are three subspecies, all with orange head, neck and chest in breeding plumage and dull grey-brown winter coloration, and distinctive black and white wingbar at all times.
Its breeding range stretches from Iceland through Europe and areas of central Asia. Black-tailed godwits spend (the northern hemisphere) winter in areas as diverse as the Indian Subcontinent, Australia, New Zealand, western Europe and west Africa.
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- [2019-03-15 2:59]
I like to see this rare bird. It's the national bird of the Netherlands.
The pov is great and the pose is typical for this bird.
- [2019-03-15 4:05]
Beautiful photo of this godwit in natural colors and superb sharpness. Since a few weeks they are back in the part of the country where I live. Taken from the best POV.
Very nice and sharp great details.
- [2019-03-15 6:21]
Ciao Marius, great capture of lovely bird, nice reflections, wonderful natural colors, splendid sharpness and fine details, very well done, my friend, have a good weekend, ciao Silvio