Green Sandpiper

Scientific name : Tringa ochropus
Other names: Български: Голям горски водобегач , Brezhoneg: Strelleg pastellek , Català: Xivita , Česky: Vodouš kropenatý , Dansk: Svaleklire , Deutsch: Waldwasserläufer , Esperanto: Blankpuga tringo , Español: Andarríos grande , Basque: Kuliska ilun , Suomi: Metsäviklo , Français: Chevalier cul-blanc , Magyar: Erdei cankó , Italiano: Piro-piro culbianco , 日本語: クサシギ , Lietuviškai: Brastinis tilvikas , Latviešu: Meža tilbīte , Nederlands: Witgat , Norsk (nynorsk): Skogsnipe , Norsk: Skogsnipe , Polski: Samotnik (ptak) , Português: Maçarico-bique-bique , Русский: Черныш (птица) , Svenska: Skogssnäppa , Türkçe: Yeşil düdükçün

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Short Description

The upper side is dark brown with white specks. The body is white.

Sightings

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