Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Mitch Elkins Aug 22
These are the worst umpires I have ever seen.
Reply Retweet Like
Bill from the Shore 14h
Reply Retweet Like
Graham Appleton 4h
When migration patterns change, it's not because individual decide to do something different.
Reply Retweet Like
Asman Adi Purwanto 1h
Wood Sandpiper and Javan Plover using TSN-4 and universal adapter for smartphone android
Reply Retweet Like
Laima Bagdonaitė 21h
Here's the same individual I photographed in the field just a few days ago!
Reply Retweet Like
Tidal Wings Aug 19
Good progress with shorebird ringing sessions. This week we got the first juveniles, migrating southwards on their first and highly challenging journey!
Reply Retweet Like
Rich DubroffMLB Aug 21
Adley Rutschman has walked twice and is 0-for-1 in his debut for Delmarva.
Reply Retweet Like
Laima Bagdonaitė 21h
A buff-breasted sandpiper was caught in our wader traps yesterday night. A real joy to look at from so close up!
Reply Retweet Like
Mark de Socio Aug 20
O's #1 Draft Pick Adley Rutschman promoted to
Reply Retweet Like
Graham Appleton 18h
New to ? What have you missed? I've put together a synopsis of recent stories about :
Reply Retweet Like
Neil Shook Aug 20
Yellowlegs! The shorebird migration is on across the Montana prairie.
Reply Retweet Like
Nature Saint John Aug 17
Have you seen those cute little on the beach lately? They've dropped by (from the Arctic) to fuel-up on their way to South America, non-stop. They need rest and time to eat; please don't disturb them.
Reply Retweet Like
World Shorebirds Day Aug 21
Global Shorebird Counting is coming. Please help us making a difference.
Reply Retweet Like
Pacificnorthwestkate Aug 19
Lovely colours reflected in the water behind this beautiful this Monday 19 August 2019
Reply Retweet Like
Graham Appleton Aug 21
The Ringing Group fostered my love of . Blog about WWRG: Catalogue of 80 @WaderTales blogs:
Reply Retweet Like
Rich DubroffMLB Aug 20
Adley Rutschman will move up from Aberdeen to Delmarva on Wednesday.
Reply Retweet Like
Global Flyway Network Aug 20
What a nice track of the 3-nation across the southern (left map)! And we're still in touch with the 2 sat-tagged in the Sea (right map). Also the Qingdao bar-tailed godwit is still at the China coast. Photos: JvdKam
Reply Retweet Like
Shire Jewels Aug 20
Now up to 10 and down to 16 at Port Hacking, Sydney, NSW. The cross over of our east/west north/south migratory birds continues.
Reply Retweet Like
Alex Sansom Aug 16
Stopover sites are vital for migratory , many of which show steep population declines. But how can we protect these sites if we don't know where they are? New paper in shows how satellite tracking of individuals can help.
Reply Retweet Like
BOU 👩🏻‍🏫👨🏿‍🏫🧕🏽👳🏽‍♂️ 🌈 Aug 21
Winter abundance of shorebirds on Humboldt Bay, California, USA | |
Reply Retweet Like