Redshank bits

In January,  when we went to Snettisham, we found a dead redshank on the beach.  We thought it was an oystercatcher at first, but when we examined it, we realised it was a redshank.  We’ve managed to save the wings, one of the legs and the skull.  Redshanks have a slightly downturned beak, as we realised when we had cleaned the skull.  A greenshank, a relative of the redshank, has a slightly upturned bill.  Greenshanks are larger than redshanks and more uncommon.