Facebook Twitter RSS Feed Flickr Vimeo YouTube

Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge (Aug 30, 2009)

White-rumped Sandpiper

White-rumped Sandpiper

Below are a few images from my trip to the East Pond of Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge on Sunday. Birds present included the continuing American Avocets (2), the previously seen Red-necked Phalarope in the northwest corner, and other usual birds.

White-rumped Sandpiper (Calidris fuscicollis) non-breeding plumage (East Pond, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge)

White-rumped Sandpiper (Calidris fuscicollis) breeding plumage (East Pond, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge)

Least Sandpiper (Calidris minutilla) – Juvenile bathing (East Pond, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge)

Semipalmated Sandpiper (Calidris pusilla) (East Pond, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge)

Forster’s Tern (Sterna forsteri) taking flight from the pond (East Pond, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge)

Click on the photos above for more information, click on the species name to see all images of that species, or click here to see more images from Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.

All images © Clarence Holmes


Like this post?   Subscribe to my RSS feed to receive new posts!
Related Posts with Thumbnails
Share
  • Thanks Mike. Jamaica Bay is a great place for birding at any time of year, and the East Pond is excellent for photographers during the fall shorebird migration.

  • Thanks Mike. Jamaica Bay is a great place for birding at any time of year, and the East Pond is excellent for photographers during the fall shorebird migration.

  • Clarence Holmes

    Thanks Mike. Jamaica Bay is a great place for birding at any time of year, and the East Pond is excellent for photographers during the fall shorebird migration.

  • Mike

    Sweet shots, Clarence.

  • Mike

    Sweet shots, Clarence.

  • Mike

    Sweet shots, Clarence.