red shank


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red shank

amaranthuscruentus.
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We would have severe worries about the turbines being so close to the mudflats as it would mean them being within feet of an area used by hundreds of red shank birds," said Mike Leakey of English Nature.
It provides massive feeding ground for waders, red shank and oystercatchers.
Thirty years on, that seemingly responsible act of biological control has had major consequences - more than 5,000 hedgehogs causing havoc by taking eggs and chicks from the rare breeding colonies of red shank, corncrake, dunlin, plover and snipe in that part of the Outer Hebrides.
It also covers the only population of gannet in Wales at Grassholm, off the Pembrokeshire coast, the roseate tern, which breeds on the islands off Anglesey, ducks and waders, such as pintail, wigeon, teal, curlew, oystercatcher and red shank, which are found at the Burry Inlet in South Wales and the Manx shearwater on Skomer Island.