Godwits are shore birds (family Scolopacidae), large sandpipers with long legs and bills. Although not common tablefare today, they were once a popular British dish. Sir Thomas Browne writing in the seventeenth century noted that godwits "were accounted the daintiest dish in England." See if you can identify the following birds.
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