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Eurasian Curlew Missing Foot
Eurasian Curlew Missing Foot
Species: Numenius arquata (Eurasian Curlew)

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Little Ringed Plover
Little Ringed Plover
Species: Charadrius dubius curonicus (Little Ringed Plover)

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Blackface Spoonbill Swallowing Fish
Blackface Spoonbill Swallowing Fish
Species: Platalea minor (Black-faced Spoonbill)

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Caspian Terns In Crowd
There were few terns and many seagulls, but the bright red bill makes them stand out.
Species: Hydroprogne caspia (Caspian tern)

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Black Faced Spoonbilll Beak
Black Faced Spoonbilll Beak
Species: Platalea minor (Black-faced Spoonbill)

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Black Faced Spoonbill Profile
Black Faced Spoonbill Profile
Species: Platalea minor (Black-faced Spoonbill)

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Cormorant Flying By
You can see all of the cormorants perched in the trees behind. Apparently their guano signifigantly changes the chemistry in the area.
Species: Phalacrocorax carbo (Great Cormorant)

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More Birds
Those tall white birds (black legs, yellow bill) are great egrets. The smaller black and white birds are White-breasted waterhen.
Species: Ardea alba (Great Egret)

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Black Face Spoonbill
Everybody is excited about this bird because there is only a few thousand of them left in the world and only a few hundred come to Hong Kong. There was a flock of about 30 of them in a larger pond and a few individuals wading.
Species: Platalea minor (Black-faced Spoonbill)

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Flock Of Black Tailed Godwit
I was really hurting for light - 1/25th of a second really isn't enough to take a photo of a bird, ignoring that it's through an 800mm lens.
Species: Limosa limosa melanuroides (Asian black-tailed godwit)

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White Throated Kingfisher In Mangroves
This kingfisher was larger than I thought it would be - more like our belted kingfishers rather than the smaller common kingfishers.
Species: Halcyon smyrnensis (White-throated Kingfisher)

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