Some waders, especially in non-breeding plumage, can be difficult to distinguish in the field, e.g. the Grey-Tailed Tattler and the Wandering Tattler. Wandering Tattlers are less common in Australia then Grey-Tailed. I have collected a few shots of Wandering Tattlers, showing this wader in its typical environment. The WT is less shy when it comes to wading in deeper water than the very similar Grey-tailed Tattler. This album contains photos taken at Norah Head, NSW; Flat Rock, Ballina and Norfolk Island.
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