Yellowlegs on a hot tin roof

My shorebird class had its field trip last Saturday.  One of the more unusual sightings of the day was this Lesser Yellowlegs perching beside a Rock Pigeon on a metal roof.


Perhaps the high perch provided a safe place from which to keep an eye on our group.


This Greater Yellowlegs was using more typical habitat.

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