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Black-tailed godwit

Update from the Black-tailed Godwits

Well, the Black-tailed Godwits have made their way back to the fens for another breeding season and the fens are once again alive with the sound of Lapwings, Redshank and Snipe. But, unfortunately, over at the Nene Washes it has been a challenging start to the season for the UK’s most important breeding population of […]

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Introducing Black-tailed Godwits

Black-tailed Godwits are beautiful, large, wading birds. In the summer, they have bright orange-brown chests and bellies, but in winter they’re more grey-brown. Their most distinctive features are their long beaks and legs, and the black and white stripes on their wings.

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