I thought this was a turnstone but looking on the net I'm not so sure...
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The sighting was made in May and so I would agree with Dunlin primarily due to the black chest visible on the original photo. Black legs, bill, longer than stints but less so than curlew sandpiper, scalloping on back.
I agree with Rob for the reasons given. It just goes to show how confusing waders are to most of us when we see them in summer plumage; we are far more confident when we see them in their boring grey, winter plumage.
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Lat/Lng: 50.1, -5.5
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