By Luke Musher
As you may know we've been banding lots of Semipalmated Sandpipers, so naturally I've had a lot of opportunities to photograph them. Here are some recent photos I took at Kimble's Beach in Cape May county, while banding some Semis caught in cannon nets by the international shorebird team earlier this week.
|With a Ruddy Turnstone.|
|Eating tasty horseshoe crab eggs|
|The word semipalmated means partially webbed. Here you can see the webbing in between their toes.|