Liron Gertsman

3 weeks ago

Each spring, millions of shorebirds migrate north up the Pacific Coast, heading to their breeding rounds in the Arctic. The Pacific Rim on Vancouver Island is one of their important stopover sites. Sanderling are typically one of the most common species on the beach. They are also very interesting to watch, as they are mid-molt (changing of feathers ); individuals are a wide range of colours from near white, to the beautiful orange colour that you see here. This individual was one of the best looking Sanderlings I’ve ever seen.

17 Comments

Oscar 🐾

fantastic shot!

3 weeks ago

MELISSA HAFTING

Perfection

2 weeks ago

Bhumit

Love this high key shot.. brings out the colours nicely..👌

3 weeks ago

Justin Peter

Art 👌

3 weeks ago

Helena

Was never that into birds, but all these wonderful photos and posts are definitely changing that

3 weeks ago

Lisa Adler Nature Photographer

Nice one Liron! 👍🏻

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Cisne Negro

Wonderful shot!!! 😍💥🎵🐦🎶🌈🔝💯💯💯👍

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Dorian Anderson

Excellent frame! Contrast and high key are great!

3 weeks ago

Ariel Fields

Great high key Liron

3 weeks ago

Kyle Storr

Beautiful capture❤️

3 weeks ago

زنجبيل

كل عام وانت بخير ياربي 😢💗🐏🐏

3 weeks ago

محمد رعد

ضيفني اضيفك في الثواني 🔥🔥

3 weeks ago

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