Solitary sandpiper (Tringa solitaria)

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Adult and juvenile solitary sandpipers foraging
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Adult and juvenile solitary sandpipers foraging  
Adult and juvenile solitary sandpipers foraging

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Don DesJardin
http://birdsdesjardin.com/

Robert Schaefer
Mount Airy
Maryland
USA
robert.schaefer@gmail.com

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