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User / wildbird2015 / DSC_7330 Red necked Stint ( Calidris ruficollis )
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A less common tiny wader that generally is only seen in pairs.
Imagine a tiny bird the size of a Pipit or skylark breeding in the Arctic circle laying say four eggs then after the chicks hatch at say three weeks old Mum & Dad fly 11,000 K to Australia.
Then maybe 14-20 days later the offspring follow them.
Tell me how someone, how can these birds find their way. Even mans intelligence has limitations...We need a GPS or compass or we would be hopelessly lost.
Not so these little travellers of the globe....A miracle perhaps..I think not.
They were given the ability, as it cannot happen by accident or by repetitive diligence..
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  • Taken: Oct 23, 2022
  • Uploaded: Oct 24, 2022
  • Updated: Dec 2, 2022