Black-tailed Godwits flying at high tide.
The huge Eastern Curlews dwarf even the larger waders such as Bar-tailed Godwits.
A small wetland north of Broome towards Derby, had a pair of delicate Marsh Sandpipers.
The best view we could get of the Semipalmated Plover at the Broome sewage ponds, was stand on the back of the car and look through a high security fence. The Semipalmated tended to hang around with Black-fronted Dotterels, such as the one on the right.
One of the more common waders of the Broome area, Greater Sand Plover.