A brief video presentation of the Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularia), a common North American shorebird. Learn more at Green Nature
Photographed at the Turtle River State Park, North Dakota (13 May 2012).
A willet, type of sandpiper bird, scurries in the surf of a Monterey Peninsula rocky beach.
Panasonic GH2 + 100-300mm AVCHD 1280×720 60p 17Mbps Exposure: Program Auto ISO: Auto No Sounds
Long-billed curlew (Numenius americanus) – Zarapito americano.
Pectoral Sandpipers are annual vagrants to Cornwall, normally during the autumn months, September being the optimum period. Over the years Drift Reservoir in West Cornwall boasts the Lions share of records, This juvenile is the first record so far this autumn.
Listen for the “cu-cu-cu” call. Also featured is the similar-looking Lesser Yellowlegs and the Solitary Sandpipier.
Wilson’s Snipe singing on territory in Wyoming
A long-billed shorebird recognizable for both its distinctive profile and sewing machine-like feeding action, the Long-billed Dowitcher is most common west of the Mississippi.
Least Sandpiper. Learn about the bird.