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© Chuck Homler
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This is a Semipalmated Sandpiper working its way south from the arctic. Semiplmated Sandpipers are very common along the Maine Coast in August, September and October. They mix with other "peeps" like Sanderlings, Dunlin, and various plovers too.

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  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (29 Nov 2012):

    love the matching colours and textures

  • Raymond Fausel

    Raymond Fausel gave props (30 Nov 2012):


  • Lew Harford

    Lew Harford gave props (30 Nov 2012):

    Nice....I wish I had a 400mm.

  • Chuck Homler

    Chuck Homler said (30 Nov 2012):

    Thanks! Glad you like the image. Lew, what are you shooting with? You've got some tremendous images and I assumed you had something along the lines of a 400mm. Have you ever thought about a used lens? I have had great luck getting deals on used glass :)

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