Hawaiian stilt or black-necked stilt

The silhouette of a long-legged, slender bird with a long, thin beak. The bird is wading through the water, feeding. It's reflection is perfectly cast on the water below.

Hawaiian stilt or black-necked stilt

The Hawaiian stilt (or aeʻo in Hawaiian) is an endangered Hawaiian subspecies of the black-necked stilt (H. mexicanus) species.
Image
Photo By/Credit
Dan Zimmerman
Ecosystem
River/stream
Wetland
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Subject tags
Birds
Endangered and/or Threatened species
Rivers and streams
Water birds
Wetland restoration
Wetlands