Which is the odd one out ?
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Like everyone else I have theories and opinions on lots of things I know b*gger all about.
Is one a Sandwich short of a picnic? LOL
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A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song. (Chinese proverb)
You're thinking along the same lines as I am but not the answer I had in mind LOL
I'm thinking starlings. They aren't water birds
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Thats a great shot of a sandwich tern, well done. odd one out maybe starlings, all the other's are
connected to water (sea)
Less we forget
I agree we don't normally expect to see starlings by water, but I have seen them on a small "island" where there were lapwings, oyster catchers, gulls and other water birds lazing about. They looked "at home"
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I'll say Starlings..even though they will eat anything the other two have a food in their name.
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All correct answers. Alan is the nearest to my reason. You can eat a Sandwich and an Oyster but not a Starling:-) Sorry there's no prize though Alan.
Lovely shot Galatas, I thought that it was the middle Oystercatcher which has 2 legs, but I see my answer would have been too sensible(-:).
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After your answer ? I don't know how you've got the nerve LOL
skipperThats a great shot of a sandwich tern,........
Thanks. Terns have been plentiful along this stretch of coast for the past few days. One report listed 200 Sandwich , a similar number of Common with a few Arctic mixed in. Little Terns nest on the other side of the Dee Estuary and some of those have been seen here too. There have also been a few Black Terns sighted and one probable but unconfirmed Roseate.
Not sure if this is an Arctic or Common on the same rocks as the Sandwich