Chinese Egret and stints at San Tin

The Chinese Egret, also known as Swinhoe's Egret, once bred in Hong Kong but is now a scarce passage migrant, most readily seen in and around Mai Po between April and May. It is often found in the company of Little Egrets, as was the case with an individual at San Tin today. The pond was half-drained, resulting in expanses of mud which were attracting shorebirds. Among the numerous Red-necked Stints was a Long-toed Stint, distinguishable by its long greenish legs as well as long toes.

Publicado por stephenmatthews stephenmatthews, 04 de mayo de 2022

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Garceta China (Egretta eulophotes)

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Mayo 2022

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Correlimos Cuellirrojo (Calidris ruficollis)

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Mayo 4, 2022 03:38 PM HKT

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Correlimos Dedilargo (Calidris subminuta)

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Mayo 4, 2022 03:31 PM HKT

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