red phalarope

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: phalarope - phalarope of northern oceans and lakesred phalarope - phalarope of northern oceans and lakes
phalarope - small sandpiper-like shorebird having lobate toes and being good swimmers; breed in the Arctic and winter in the tropics
genus Phalaropus, Phalaropus - type genus of the Phalaropidae: phalaropes
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125 81 melanocephata Phalarope 42 27 (unidentified) * Red-necked Phalarope 35 33% 23 Phalaropus lobatus Red Phalarope P.
A Kamchatka mew gull from Siberia recently appeared on Nantucket, along with a little gull, black-headed gull, and red phalarope.
He manages to humanise the animals and make their day-to-day routines similar to that of their human counterparts: from the wild wolves that hunt in packs like the Geordie Shore girls on a night out, to a band of red phalarope birds doing their amusing battle dance like Frankie Cocozza after a few too many in a nightclub.
You can check out birds that are born and bred here," says Sage, like the red phalarope.
into the bay; you might see albatross, red phalarope, tufted puffin, or thousands of storm petrels; plus blue or humpback whales, fur seals, Dall's porpoise.
Pectoral sandpiper, red phalarope, and dunlin were the most abundant species at their coastal sites (located on the YOCP within the TLSA), whereas the red-necked phalarope, semipalmated sandpiper, and pectoral sandpiper were most abundant inland at Square Lake (51 km south of the TLSA's southern boundary).
Nonbreeding Breeding Species 2007 2008 2007 2008 American 0 < 1 0 0 golden-plover Long-billed 0 0 2 1 dowitcher Dunlin 1 0 4 < 1 Pectoral 0 0 2 1 sandpiper Semipalmated 0 0 0 < 1 sandpiper Red phalarope 1 < 1 17 11 Red-necked 0 < 1 0 < 1 phalarope Total 2 1 26 13 identified shorebirds Unidentified 3 1 13 8 shorebird Other bird 23 15 11 9 Unidentified 6 10 9 19 bird
melanotos), red phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius), red-necked phalarope (P.
Other shore-bird species that breed in Siberia and migrate to wintering areas in South America via the interior North American fly-ways include Baird's sandpiper, while species following the eastern route of the Pacific Flyway include red phalarope, western sandpiper, dunlin, and black-bellied plover.
2]) with high breeding densities of arctic tern and red-necked phalarope (Phalaropus lobatus), and smaller numbers of nesting red phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius), long-tailed duck (Clangula hyemalis), mallard (Anas platyrhynchos), and red-breasted merganser (Mergus serrator).
Red phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius): This species was the fourth most commonly observed species, present on 32.
2002), the red phalarope was the most abundant breeding shorebird on the Great Plain of the Koukdjuak, southwestern Baffin Island (pers.