Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Red-necked Phalarope from September

Thanks to Jim Dowdall and Victor Cashera for the tip off. One of the local artists and photograper Ruiri Rodgers photographed a small bird outside his front door, at the harbour in mid september. It stayed for five days. It disappeared the morning some birders arrived.

Only the second record for Tory after an adult female on 4th June 2012.

Red-necked Phalarope by Ruiri Rodgers (photo of the photo by P. Phillips)

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