10 thoughts on “Snipe

  1. I whispered a “wow” when I saw this photo, Mike. Snipes are not common to see anymore, and when I do see them they’re usually in a mass of tall, brown murky weeds and blending in. Finding this one on a fence post was lucky, and your exquisite image is pure skill.

    1. Thanks Jet. In spring the males perch on fence posts and sing to attract the females and it is a good opportunity to get a clear look. After mating they sure are hard to find and we have similar experiences to you. They are hiding in the grasses and weeds and one little move takes them out of sight. Hope you have a wonderful week.

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