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Green Sandpiper

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Tringa ochropus Scientific name
Charadriiformes Order
Scolopacidae Family
 23-24 cms   (Wingspan ) Length
Boreal forest, montane, forest., grassland & wetlands, marshes, bogs, lakes, pools. Between Range follow link Habitat
Altitude
Range
 3-4 eggs incubated in 20-23 days by mainly the female. Takes over used nest of other species. Clutch
Arthropods, worms, beetles, larvae crustaceans/molluscs & plant matter. Food  
  Habits
3009 - TSN: 176632 - World Number
Least Concern Status

view photosPhoto's by Sergey Yeliseev  © all rights reserved

Slideshow courtesy The Friends Of Worldbirds © all rights reserved

Green Sandpiper Call and song
(Tringa ochropus)
Patrik Ĺberg XC27073
07-06-2006, Sweden . 

Video by Keith Murdock © all rights reserved

 

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view photos Photo September 4, 2007 a superb by Pinto Moreira

 

view photos  August 30, 2007 by Jose Viana © all rights reserved

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AKA:- Afrikaans: Witgatruiter
Arabic: نسناسة, نسناسة رهيز
Asturian: Andarríu Prietu, Mazaricu Prietu
Azerbaijani: Qara trinqa
Belarusian: Кулік-чарняк
Bulgarian: Голям горски водобегач
Breton: Ar strelleg pastellek
Catalan: Becassineta, Garsa de mar, Xivita
Catalan (Balears): Becassineta
Valencian: Garsa de mar
Czech: Vodouš kropenatý
Welsh: Pibydd gwyrdd, Pibydd gwyrdd y traeth
Danish: Svaleklire
German: Waldwasserlaeufer, Waldwasserläufer
Greek: Δασότρυγγας, Πρασινονεραλλίδα
Greek (Cypriot): Πρασινονεραλλίδα
English: Green Sandpiper
Esperanto: blankpuga tringo
Spanish: Andarrios grande, Andarríos Grande
Estonian: Metstilder
Basque: Kuliska ilun, Kuliska iluna, Xivita
Finnish: Metsäviklo
Faroese: Flykrustelkur
French: Chevalier culblanc, Chevalier cul-blanc
Irish: Gobadán Glas
Gaelic: Luatharan Uaine
Galician: Bilurico alinegro, Xivita
Manx: Looyran mooar
Hebrew: ביצנית שחורת כנף, ביצנית שחורת־כנף, ביצנית שחורת-כנף, בצנית שחורת כנף, בצנית שחורת־כנף
Croatian: Crnokrila Prutka, Pjegava prutka
Hungarian: Erdei cankó
Armenian: [Sevuk Kttsar ], Սևուկ Կտցար
Indonesian: Trinil Hijau
Icelandic: Trjástelkur
Italian: Piro piro culbianco, Piro-piro culbianco
Japanese: kusashigi, Kusa-shigi
Japanese: クサシギ
Georgian: შავულა
Kazakh: Бұлыњғыр балшықшы
Korean: 삑삑도요
Cornish: Pyber gwer
Latin: Helodromas ocrophus, Helodromas ocropus, Totanus ochropus, Totanus ocropus, Tringa ochrophus, Tringa ochropus, Tringa ocrophus
Lithuanian: Brastinis tilvikas, Titilvikas
Latvian: Meža tilbīte
Macedonian: Шарена тринга
Mongolian: Сүүл цагаан хөгчүү
Malay: Kedidi Pasir Hijau
Maltese: Swejda
Dutch: Witgat, Witgatje
Norwegian: Skogsneppen, Skogsnipe
Polish: Brodziec samotny, Brodziec zóltonogi, Brodziec żółtonogi, samotnik, samotnik (brodziec samotny), Stalugwa
Portuguese: bique bique, Bique-bique, Maçarico-bique-bique, Pássaro-bique-bique, Perna-verde-fino
Romansh: Trintga da guaud
Russian: Chernysh, Черныш
Scots: Luatharan uaine
Slovak: Kalužiak perlavý
Slovenian: pikasti martinec
Albanian: Qyrylyku këmbëpërhimë
Serbian: prudnik pijukavac, Прудник пиjукавац, Прудник пијукавац
Swedish: Skogssnäppa
Swahili: Chamchanga Kijani
Thai: นกชายเลนเขียว
Turkish: Beyaz-kuyruk Yeşilbacak, Yeşil düdükçün
Tuvinian: Кара ак-кудурук
Ukrainian: Коловодник лісовий , Лісовий коловодник, Чорниш
Vietnamese: Choắt bụng trắng
Chinese: [bai-yao cao yu], 白腰草鷸, 白腰草鹬
Chinese (Taiwan): [bai-yao cao yu], 白腰草鷸

Range:- Breeding:- Belarus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Mongolia, Norway, Russia, Sweden.

Winters:- southern Europe, the India,  Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Melanesia, Philippines, Africa. Middle East.

Vagrant to America, Island of New Guinea, Madagascar, Austrailasia
 

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