Sorry I can't help you identify the birds but I can say that they are beautiful. Love the spotted feathers.
I believe them to be Sandpipers. I looked them up just to be sure, and they look exactly like these. Good reflections too!
It does look like a sandpiper but also a Lesser Yellowlegs---exact----hard to tell. We have 6 different Sandpipers and they are all similar.Good shots anywayMB
...a mystery for me.
I can't help identify, but I love these photos.
This species of bird is hard for me to ID,but I would lean towards the Yellowlegs.Great pictures.
I had a post about the same birds recently-mine were Greater Yellowlegs - there are also Lesser Yellowlegs - the difference is mostly their size. Sandpipers have dark legs, so it seems you have a Yellowlegs of either size. It is hard to compare if they aren't together.
I'm sorry, I don't know :( But I like your photos very much :)
They look like sandpipers to me! But I am not 100% sure.
i agree they are sandpipers, they are all over our beaches here. great shots of them
I wonder if they were fishing or taking a bath. I don't know what kind of bird they are. But I like the pictures.
I would say they are the Yellowlegs! Great shots. Enjoy your day!
Sand pipers, far from home :)
I didn't know what they were but looked up both Sandpipers and Yellowlegs and I would say yellowlegs.
I really appreciate seeing them. The colorings are so wonderful with all the speckle spots.
I see you got some good IDs...they are beautiful! Enjoy your day! Hugs
Oh, those are very unique birds, Rose. Not sure what they are either. They have long beaks that you don't usually see on other birds.~Sheri
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