Bar-tailed Godwit

Scientific name : Limosa lapponica
Other names: Български: Пъстроопашат крайбрежен бекас , Brezhoneg: Marc'heg ruz , Català: Tètol cuabarrat , Česky: Břehouš rudý , Dansk: Lille Kobbersneppe , Deutsch: Pfuhlschnepfe , Esperanto: Lapona limozo , Español: Aguja colipinta , Eesti: Vöötsaba-vigle , Basque: Kuliska gorri , Suomi: Punakuiri , Français: Barge rousse , Magyar: Kis goda , Italiano: Pittima minore , 日本語: オオソリハシシギ , Lietuviškai: Laplandinis griciukas , Latviešu: Sarkanā puskuitala , Nederlands: Rosse grutto , Norsk (nynorsk): Lappspove , Norsk: Lappspove , Polski: Szlamnik zwyczajny , Português: Fuselo , Русский: Малый веретенник , Svenska: Myrspov , Türkçe: Kıyı çamur çulluğu , Українська: Малий грицик

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During breeding, plumage is rusty brown from the neck to the belly. The back, mostly brown, has spots of white and is followed by a striped tail. Females are paler. In non-breeding plumage the top is gray-brown and the belly ...

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Bar-tailed Godwit
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Bar-tailed Godwit

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