Pictured here are two species of migratory shorebirds that stopped in Fort Worth on their way north. The larger, brown birds are Long-billed Dowitchers and the smaller birds are Wilson’s Phalaropes.
In the second image, you can see that these two species can feed side by side in the same habitat yet not compete with each other for the same food. By virture of their longer beaks, the Dowitchers can feed deep in the mud whilst the Phalaropes eat from shallower parts of the mudflat.
I included this last image because I like the juxtaposition of the Dowitcher and its reflection. Moments like these are one of the reasons I enjoy photographing wildlife.