Some of the feet may come from birds measured in feet, and some of the feet may come from birds measured in inches. I'm not sure how easy this will be, but if you feel like a challenge, please feel free to name the owners of the feet. As always, it’s just for fun. Good luck.
7: Great White Egret
Only 7 & 10 to go. :-)
I've really no idea - don't laugh ...........1) Rook 2) Reed Bunting 7) haven't even the wildest guess 15) Kittiwake !
Another shot then. 1: Jackdaw 2: House Sparrow 7: Common Crane 15: Bewick's Swan
Bobs_Still_Retired said: would prefer to know which ones I have wrong and no clues just yet
Still to get 1, 2, 7, 10 & 15. All the rest have been answered between all of you. :-)
Paul A said:8/15. Very difficult, I know.!! Will try to think of some clues. :-)
To be honest I would prefer to know which ones I have wrong and no clues just yet as I am enjoying the challenge. Would be great if you could message me with the ones I have wrong
Robbo said:Of the rest, 12 could be sanderling?
I would agree with this as there doesn't seem to be a back toe.
15 gannet (no coincidence that idea came to me while eating a very early lunch!)
Apologies, been very busy as usual. Will try to post additional clues tonight.
9/15 now. :-)
-EDIT- Wabbit is cowect for No6.
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