Pied Avocet

Posted: November 5, 2015 in Birds, Natural History
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The Pied Avocet (known commonly as the Avocet) was once an uncommon breeding bird in the UK, limited to a single colony on an island off the coast of East Anglia, Due to protection and conservation it is now a common sight on our wetland habitats. It’s story was such a successful one that it was adopted as the symbol of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).

 

Avocet

Avocet

Avocet

Avocet

Avocet

Avocet

Avocet on nest

Avocet on nest

Pied Avocet

Pied Avocet

Pied Avocet

Pied Avocet

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