This wing I found at work today minus no other remains! I don't know what bird it belongs to let alone where the rest is!
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I agree with you scott, and I did wonder if it was a Whimbrel, but thought it unlikely. I work in a high voltage substation which is surrounded by rural land, trees etc. However, this bird could have been on passage and met with a calamity and then eaten by a fox?
yes most likely, or even by a predator species such as a buzzard for example. And judging by the area you marked as where this was indicates that this whimbrel would probably have been in a flock which was moving from one estuary to another for whatever reason. also the absence of other remains suggests that after what the original predator was had finished eating it, a scavenger like a fox would have took the rest away.
Lat/Lng: 50.4355, -4.2557
OS grid ref: SX399619