I can see how it came by its name! Lovely long legs and great photos too.
love those legs. wink. wink. ( :
I like those red heads. Happy Birthday same day as TOH's.
These are both such interesting birds! I have to look through my photos from my birding adventure, but I think that I also have some photos of red necked avocets. I think these wading birds are so interesting! Love your shots!
Beautiful! Wish we had the Red-necked Avocets here. They're a very striking bird. We have American Avocets...actually I posted one today from my archives. We do get the Black-necked Stilts here. They're marked differently than your Stilts.
beautiful and graceful!
Great birding Carole, you shot the Stilts and Avocets, beautiful.
Wow, they are amazing shots, two very beautiful birds, I love them both. All the best Gordon.
Wow, black wings and pink legs ... it's like Art Deco. Nature knows no bounds. Beautiful post ...Andrea @ From the Sol
Great shots. I remain impressed with the zoom ability of your camera and your rock steady hands.
HI Carole Is t your birthday? If it is, HAPPY BIRTHDAY. I love the last shots. Wonderful to see these birds
What a cool bird. Those long legs fascinate me.
Really nice shots of two related species.
:) Margaret, yes 20th was my 67th birthday
There's something very distinguished looking about these birds, as if they are wearing formal clothes for a black-tie affair.
Longest legs on a small bird I've ever seen.Merle.........
Both the Stilt and the Avocets are beautiful birds. Your photos are wonderful Carole!
Happy Birthday Carole. Finally added you to my blog lousy. Love these images.
thanks for your birthday wishes Carol
Lovely photos, and your header is stunning.
What a beautifully marked bird! Very handsome!
Oh to have legs that long! beautiful stilts.
This is a wonderful single bird. Great captchured !Best regards, Synnöve
Splendid photographs, Carole!Aren't the Stilts and Avocets handsome! So dainty looking.Have a good weekend!
lovely photos, both the stilt and the red necked avocet are beautiful birds
Great birds - these are not easy to get close to either!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
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