The warden of the marshes
There’s a flypast at Knott End-on-Sea and this Redshank is one of three heading down the estuary. I love to see them, despite them seeing me first and raising the alarm amongst all the other species.
It’s interesting that many species have evolved to recognise each other’s alarm calls. As have we.
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