Actitis hypoleucos

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Noun1.Actitis hypoleucos - a variety of sandpiperActitis hypoleucos - a variety of sandpiper    
sandpiper - any of numerous usually small wading birds having a slender bill and piping call; closely related to the plovers
Actitis, genus Actitis - a genus of Scolopacidae
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These are the Daurian or Isabelline Shrike, Temminck's Stint, Common Sandpiper and Wood Sandpiper.
These are the Daurian or Isabelline Shri-ke, Temminck's Stint, Common Sandpiper and Wood Sandpiper.
A Great White Egret was off Connah's Quay on Sunday, with a Common Sandpiper that will perhaps overwinter.
2016: Identifying the sex of the common sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos) by linear measurements.
Habitats in the reserve include upland hay meadows, blanket peat, moorland and heather ground, which are home to ground nesting birds such as redshank, curlew, snipe, oystercatcher, lapwing, golden plover, dunlin, woodcock, common sandpiper, black grouse and grey partridge.
The 2013 census identified 14 migratory species including little egrets, intermediate egrets, great egrets, gray heron, common teal, northern shoveler, tufted duck, common kingfishers, common sandpiper, wood sandpiper, northern pintail, garganey, whiskered tern and the eagle-like eastern marsh harrier.
Other endangered species expected to benefit include the common sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos), little ringed plover (Charadrius dubius) and grayling (Thymallus thymallus).
RSPB Conwy also recorded its first common sandpiper and redstart of the year - a ring ouzel on Sunday and a pair of little ringed plovers that we're hoping may stay to nest.
Good numbers of common sandpiper and greenshank were often seen.
Other migrants seen include a few sand martins and house martins, there are chiffchaffs calling in the mornings and common sandpiper and wheatear have been seen.
I was worried this e-mail would go out and people would flock here from far and wide and find this funny-looking common sandpiper.
There have also been sightings of otter, mink, water vole, water rail and common sandpiper at the Scribers Lane Site of Importance for Nature Conservation - an area of mixed broadleaf wetland.