Curlew Sandpiper


(Calidris ferruginea)

Curlew Sandpiper is a breeder of the Siberian tundra and is seen only as an infrequent vagrant in North America. It is distinguished by its long decurved bill, and a white rump visible in flight. The breeding male boasts a handsome brick red color on the underparts.

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