Raindrops on Redshanks


A recent trip to Sungei Buloh yielded an entirely different birding experience– including the opportunity to get very, very familiar with Hide 1A when we took shelter there from the rain for almost a full hour. The Common Redshanks (Tringa totanus), a first for me despite their abundance, and the opportunity to watch them and a Stork-billed Kingfisher forage, more than made up for it.

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