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The Common Redshank Tringa tetanus, is a wading bird named surprisingly for the colour of its legs, which are actually orange. It feeds in shallow water around lakes, marshes, mudflats and coastal wetlands. It breeds on open marshes, mires and saltmarshes, particularly in Scotland and northern-England. The highest populations of redshank are seen in winter, in tidal estuaries and backshore wetlands where its plaintive “peeeoo-pip” call is a sound of winter.

Photograph by Peter Cairns

About Peter Cairns

Based in the Scottish Highlands, Peter Cairns is a conservation photographer with 18 years professional experience under his belt. Co-founder of Tooth & Claw, Wild Wonders of Europe and 2020VISION, Peter is now working on a long-term communication project: SCOTLAND: The Big Picture.

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