Today has been a good day for visible wader passage in the Peterborough area. Maxey GP had its fair share of waders passing through and dropping in for a feed and wash before heading off on their migration to their breeding grounds. These included a rather lovely Grey Plover in breeding plumage (in America these are known as Black-bellied Plovers), Bar-tailed Godwits (both male and female), a Greenshank (all of these three I managed to photograph) and also 3 Dunlin and a fly-over Wood Sandpiper.
Also, on the Nene Washes there were plenty of displaying Black-tailed Godwits, Common Snipe and Redshank.
All of the above photo`s were Digiscoped using a Canon Powershot A640 and a Kowa TSN-883 `scope with a 30x eyepiece.