A lone curlew sandpiper at Greenpark Sands, mostly on its own but hanging near the edge of a flock of pied stilt.
A lone red-necked stint among a small group of wrybill
The calidrids or typical waders are a group of Arctic-breeding, strongly migratory wading birds. These birds form huge mixed flocks on coasts and estuaries in winter. They are the typical "sandpipers", small to medium-sized, long-winged and relatively short-billed.