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Willet probing for prey on Siesta Key Beach : Stock Photo
Willet (Catoptrophorus semipalmatus) probing for prey on Siesta Key Beach, Florida. Large, plump shorebird. Catoptrophorus semipalmatus. Nest in marshes, lakeshores and wet fields. Fairly common. Spring. Sandpiper family (Scolopacidae)

Willet probing for prey on Siesta Key Beach

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Willet (Catoptrophorus semipalmatus) probing for prey on Siesta Key Beach, Florida. Large, plump shorebird. Catoptrophorus semipalmatus. Nest in marshes, lakeshores and wet fields. Fairly common. Spring. Sandpiper family (Scolopacidae)
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