Avery Island Wildlife - pam-and-edmund-mcilhenny

This shorebird is a Greater Yellowlegs, and although fairly common, is one of the least studied shorebirds in the country, because not many are found together, and they tend to live and breed in inhospitable mosquito-ridden areas. Greater Yellowlegs eat crustaceans and small fish, and some winter along the Gulf Coast. Source: Cornell Laboratory of Orinthology 's All About Birds.

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