Greater Yellowlegs with shadow


The picture of this Greater Yellowlegs was taken at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. One of the most ubiquitous shorebirds in North America, the Greater Yellowlegs restricts itself as a breeder to swampy muskeg habitats of central Canada and southern Alaska. During the nonbreeding season, it inhabits fresh and saline wetlands across the Americas.
The picture was taken with a CANON EOS7D with a 100-400mm lens at the “Raunch” on the East Pond at Jamaica Bay Wildlfie Refuge.

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