This snipe would be well camouflaged if it were standing in a field, but as you can see it was feeling bold standing on a fence post, apparently something they are well known for.
Can you hear it saying wheat wheat wheat? If it were flying overhead you might hear an eerie woo-woo-woo-woo-woo-woo. It's breading season and apparently there's a lot to talk about.
Notice its long beak, short neck and short legs. With it's long bill it probes for insects and worms in wet meadows and fields, as well as along the edges of streams and ditches.
I am linking yo World Bird Wednesday.