The common sandpiper, the most commonly heard call is like a sharp wheel or a white-and-white, spotted sandpiper, but downwards and more. On the basis of nesting, researchers described a similar... Read More ⟶
Medium-sized stilt sandpiper with long green legs and a long, somewhat curved bill. During the breeding season, the underparts are heavily forbidden, the back has dark spots and the cheeks are... Read More ⟶
At its breeding ground, western sandpiper mostly eats flies and beetles, as well as other insects, spiders, and small crustaceans. During the migration and in the winter, it depends on the diet! In... Read More ⟶
In breeding areas and inland areas, a least sandpiper primarily eat fly larvae and other insects. On the coast they eat small crustaceans, snails and other marine animals.
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