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Bristle-thighed Curlew

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Bristle-thighed Curlews are relatively common winter visitors to these shores (Pete Morris)

Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Numenius tahitiensis Scientific name
Charadriiformes Order
Scolopacidae Family
40-44 cm (Wingspan 82 - 88 cm  ) Length
Summer Dwarf shrub tundra. Winters marine intertidal, beeches, sand bars, mud flats & wetlands, marshes, bogs, lakes, pools, shrubland, heath. Below 350 m. Range follow link Habitat
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greenish eggs with brown spots, laid in a hollow lined with moss. Incubation 25 days by both parents. Clutch
Flowers and berries, arthropods, molluscs, crabs, they use rocks to break open bird's eggs, Food  
The only tool using shorebird. See food. Habits
 2995 - TSN: 176604 - World Number
Vulnerable Status

Photo by Pete Morris © all rights reserved (Birdquest)

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Bristle-thighed Curlew Cody Porter Allen Creek United States Song and whining call XC82730

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AKA:- Czech: Koliha aljašská
Danish: Alaskaspove
German: Borstenbrachvogel
English: Bristle Thighed Curlew, Bristle-thighed Curlew, Otahiti Curlew
Spanish: Zarapito del Pacifico, Zarapito del Pacífico, Zarapito polinésico
Spanish (Chile): Zarapito polinésico
Estonian: alaska koovitaja
Finnish: Alaskankuovi
French: Courlis d'Alaska, Courlis de Tahiti
an: Kioea
Indonesian: Gajahan Tahiti
Italian: Chiurlo di Tahiti, Chiurlo setoloso
Japanese: Harimomo-chushaku-shigi, harimomochuushakushigi, Harimomo-chuushaku-shigi
Japanese: ハリモモチュウシャクシギ
Latin: Numenius tahitiensis, Phaeopus tahitiensis
Dutch: Zuidzeewulp, Zuidzee-wulp
Norwegian: Alaskaspove
Polish: kulik alaskanski, kulik alaskański
Russian: Таитянский кроншнеп
Slovak: hvizdák aljašský
Swedish: Alaskaspov
Chinese: 太平洋杓鹬

Range:-

American Samoa

Canada Rare/Accidental

 British Columbia Rare/Accidental

Chile

Cook Islands

French Polynesia

Japan Rare/Accidental

Marquesas

Melanesia

 Fiji

 Makira-Ulawa Province

 Malaita Province

 Reef Group

 Solomon Islands

 Solomons archipelago

 Temotu Province

Micronesia

 Guam

 Johnston

 Kiribati

 Marshall Islands

 Midway Island

 Nauru

 Northern Marianas

 Palau Rare/Accidental

 Pohnpei Rare/Accidental

 Saipan, Tinian and Agiguan Rare/Accidental

 Wake Island

 Chuuk Rare/Accidental

New Zealand Rare/Accidental

 Kermadec Island Rare/Accidental

Niue Rare/Accidental

Philippines Rare/Accidental

Pitcairn Islands

Polynesia

Samoa

Society Islands

Tokelau

Tonga

Tuamotu Islands

Tuvalu

USA Breeding endemic

 Alaska Breeding endemic

 California Rare/Accidental

 Hawaii

  Big Island Rare/Accidental

  Honolulu

  Kauai Rare/Accidental

  Leeward Islands

  Maui

  Oahu Rare/Accidental

 Oregon Rare/Accidental

 Washington Rare/Accidental

Wallis and Futuna

 

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