Other Upland Birds
Many of our waders spend their winters either by the sea or at some of our inland reservoirs, but during the spring and summer months they move to the mountain and moorland areas to breed.  They camouflage well with the surroundings and can often be quite hard to see.  These images are from a variety of British areas from the Isle of Eigg, to Shetland, to the slopes of Cairngorm.  Another good place to see upland birds is the Icelandic tundra.
Golden Plover
Wheatear young (above)
and adult (below)
Meadow Pippit