A godwit that caught my eye as possibly being different from the marbled godwits in the area.
Three individuals of this species, next to an oystercatcher and divided by (possibly) a dowitcher.
Observation is for the bird in the center, with the long bill and yellowish base. Birds in foreground are laughing gulls, to the right, a napping oystercatch.
Juvenile or non-breeding?
Showy individual was acting aggressive, even chasing around a great egret.
Solo in dead flattened reeds.
The bill is somewhat confusing to me, but proportions don't seem right for a ring-billed gull.
in the car park