May is the peak season for Wilson’s Phalarope at Village Creek drying beds, Arlington Texas. They feed in large group and rather tame, getting in close distance is not a hard task but in flight is always a challenge for any fast shorebirds. Here’s one female Wilson’s Phalarope near landing pose, note the wing is tipping the water.
Female Wilson’s Phalarope in Flight at Village Creek – Arlington, Texas
Post on May 12, 2013 Wilson's Phalarope BirdsShorebird
- Canon, EOS 1D Mark IV
- EF 500mm F4L IS USM
- ISO 500, 1/3200, F5.6 ,500mm
- Village Creek. Arlington, TX
- May 07, 2013
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