Great Knot

Scientific name : Calidris tenuirostris
Other names: Brezhoneg: Sourouc'han bras , Català: Territ gros siberià , Dansk: Storryle , Deutsch: Großer Knutt , Esperanto: Grandega kalidro , Español: Playero Rojizo , Suomi: Vuorisirri , Français: Bécasseau de l'Anadyr , Magyar: Nagy partfutó , 日本語: オバシギ , Nederlands: Grote Kanoetstrandloper , Norsk (nynorsk): Sibirsnipe , Norsk: Sibirsnipe , Polski: Biegus wielki , Português: Seixoeira-grande , Русский: Большой песочник , Svenska: Kolymasnäppa

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Its distribution extends over an area of 1,490,000 km² where it is present at an altitude between 300m and 1600m.

Calidris tenuirostris
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Great Knot
Great Knot


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