Marsh Sandpiper

Scientific name : Tringa stagnatilis
Other names: Български: Малък зеленокрак водобегач , Brezhoneg: Strelleg-stank , Català: Siseta , Česky: Vodouš štíhlý , Dansk: Damklire , Deutsch: Teichwasserläufer , Esperanto: Marĉotringo , Español: Archibebe fino , Basque: Urmael-bernagorri , Suomi: Lampiviklo , Français: Chevalier stagnatile , Magyar: Tavi cankó , Italiano: Albastrello , 日本語: コアオアシシギ , Lietuviškai: Kūdrinis tilvikas , Latviešu: Dīķa tilbīte , Nederlands: Poelruiter , Norsk: Damsnipe , Polski: Brodziec pławny , Português: Perna-verde-fino , Русский: Поручейник , Svenska: Dammsnäppa , Türkçe: Bataklık düdükçünü , Українська: Коловодник ставковий

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The Marsh Sandpiper has a very thin long beak and long gray-green legs. The streak over the eyes and forehead and the long wedge back are white. In breeding plumage it has a clay brown top with jagged black spots. ...


Marsh Sandpiper
Marsh Sandpiper
Marsh Sandpiper
Marsh Sandpiper
Marsh Sandpiper


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