Sandpipers and Phalaropes

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BIRDS



Birds of Prey
EaglesFalconsHawksOspreyOwls


Waterfowl
DucksGeeseSwans


Edge-Water Birds
BitternsCranesEgretsHerons


Galliforms
GrousePheasantsTurkeys


Corvids
CrowsJays


Other Birds
BlackbirdsCardinalsChickadeesCormorantsCreepersCuckoosDovesFinchesGrebesGrosbeaksGullsHummingbirdsKingfisherKingletsLarksLoonsNight JarsNuthatchesOriolesPhalaropesPigeonsPipitsPloversRailsSandpipersShrikeSparrowsStarlingsSwiftsSwallowsTernsTanagersThrashersThrushesTitmiceTowheesTyrant FlycatchersWarblersWaxwingsWoodpeckersWrensVireoVultures


Greater Yellowlegs

(Tringa melanoleuca)

Lesser Yellowlegs

(Tringa flavipes)

Solitary Sandpiper

(Tringa solitaria)

Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularia) - © David Malak

Spotted Sandpiper

(Actitis macularia)

Upland Sandpiper

(Bartramia longicauda)

Hudsonian Godwit

(Limosa haemastica)

Ruddy Turnstone

(Arenaria interpres)

Semipalmated Sandpiper

(Calidris pusilla)

Least Sandpiper

(Calidris minutilla)

White-Rumped Sandpiper

(Calidris fuscicollis)

Pectoral Sandpiper

(Calidris melonotos)

Dunlin

(Calidris alpina)

Stilt Sandpiper

(Caldris himantopus)

Short-Billed Dowitcher

(Limnodromus griseus)

Long-Billed Dowitcher

(Limnodromus scolopaceus)

Wilson's Snipe

(Gallinago delicata)

American Woodcock

(Scolopax minor)

Wilson'd Phalarope

(Phalarpus tricolor )

Red-Necked Phalarope

(Phalaropus lobatus)