|Willet in flight|
|Pair of Willets on the rock calling|
|Willet. On rock with its wings up showing the distinctive patent|
|Willet, looking skyward for a predator|
|Willet in a Evergreen calling|
|Close-up of a Willets face|
|Willet standing on a post|
During our birding walk on Tuesday, Willits were the most common shorebird that was present on Gooseberry Neck and Allens Pond Audubon Sanctuary. There were a few piping plovers and least sandpipers and the yearly Clapper Rail made its presence known in the pannes at Allen Pond.
Warning: ticks are back in force, after walking through the brush on Gooseberry, I pulled about a dozen from my pants. So remember take precautions against TICKS.