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Redshank with lugworm ?

Observed: 29th February 2012 By: sevenoysterssevenoysters’s reputation in Invertebratessevenoysters’s reputation in Invertebratessevenoysters’s reputation in Invertebrates
Redshank with a tasty snack
Description:

The Redshank has just extracted this snack from the mudflats - running off with it - to avoid having it snatched by other birds.

Identifications
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    Likely ID
    Lugworm
    Confidence: It's likely to be this, but I can't be certain.
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      Isle of Wight Natural History & Archaeological Soc
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Species interactions

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Comments

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Looks like a Redshank.

Looks like a Redshank. They've moved on from my bit of coast for the season, but we get quite a few round here in the winter. Can't tell about the lugworm ... LOL