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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Pluvialis squatarola Scientific name
Charadriiformes Order
Charadriidae Family
27–30 cm  (Wingspan 71–83 cm) Length
Tundra, grassland, wetlands, coastal areas. Range:- Breeds on arctic islands and coastal areas across the northern coasts of Alaska/Canada & Russia. Winter in coastal areas throughout the world Habitat
Altitude
Range
3 (4) Eggs, in a scrape on the ground, Incubation 26–27 days, Fledge 35-45 days. Clutch
Arthropods, worms and beetles. Food  
  Habits
3098 - TSN: 176567 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

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Grey Plover Andrew Spencer Salton Sea, Imperial County, California United States calls XC29376

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AKA:- Afrikaans: Grysstrandkiewiet
Arabic: الزقزاق الرمادي, الزقزاق الرمادي رهيز
Asturian: Pollu Cardexu, Pollu del Pedreu
Azerbaijani: Tules
Belarusian: Сявец
Bulgarian: Сребриста булка
Breton: Ar morlivid-aod
Catalan: Fuell gris, Picre gris, Pigre gris, Torlit
Catalan (Balears): Fuell gris
Valencian: Torlit
Czech: Kulík bledý
Welsh: Cornicyll llwyd , Cwtiad glas, Cwtiad llwyd
Danish: Strandhjejle
German: Kiebitzregenpfeifer, Kiebiz-Regenpfeifer, Maoriregenpfeifer
Greek: Αργυροπούλι, Στακτοπλουμίδι
Greek (Cypriot): Στακτοπλουμίδι
Emiliano-romagnolo: Ucilňn
English: Black Bellied Plover, Black-bellied Plover, Bullhead, Gray Plover, Gray Plover/Black-bellied Plover, Grey Plover, Grey Plover/Black-bellied Plover, Silver Plover
Esperanto: ar^genta pluvio, Arĝenta pluvio
Spanish: Chorlito de Vientre Negro, Chorlito Gris, Chorlo Artico, Chorlo ártico, chorlo axila-negra, Chorlo Gris, Playero, Playero Cabezón, Playero Gris, Playero panza negra, Pluvial Cabezón
Spanish (Argentine): Chorlo Artico, Chorlo ártico
Spanish (Chile): Chorlo ártico
Spanish (Colombia): Chorlito Gris
Spanish (Costa Rica): Chorlito Gris
Spanish (Cuba): Pluvial Cabezón
Spanish (Dominican Rep.): Chorlo Gris, Playero, Playero Gris
Spanish (Honduras): Playero panza negra
Spanish (Mexico): Chorlo Gris
Spanish (Nicaragua): Chorlito Gris
Spanish (Paraguay): Chorlo ártico
Spanish (Uruguay): Chorlo Ártico, Chorlo Gris
Spanish (Venezuela): Playero Cabezón
Estonian: Plüü
Basque: Pigre gris, Txirri gris, Txirri grisa
Finnish: Tundrakurmitsa
Faroese: Fjřrulógv
French: Pluvier ŕ ventre noir, Pluvier argenté, Pluvier gris
Frisian: Slykwilster
Irish: Feadóg Ghlas
Guadeloupean Creole French: Pluvier gris, Pluvier grosse tęte
Gaelic: Trělleachan
Galician: Pigre gris, Píldora cincenta
Guarani: Mbatuirusu
Manx: Feddag ghlass
Haitian Creole French: Plivye vant nwa
Hebrew: חופז-י חופמי מנומר, חופזי מנומר
Croatian: Zlatar Pijukavac
Hungarian: Ezüstlile, Ujjaslile
Armenian: Մոխրագույն Քարադր
Indonesian: Cerek besar, Trulek kli-u-i
Icelandic: Grálóa
Italian: Pivieressa
Inuktitut: Anngilik, Tudliakdjuk
Japanese: daisen, daizen
Japanese: ダイゼン
Georgian: კვათარი, ტულესი
Kazakh: Жылқышы, Маусымқұс
Korean: 개꿩
Cornish: Cornwhylen los
Latin: Charadrius squatarola, Pluvialis squatarola, Pluvialis squatarola squaratola, Squatarola squatarola
Lithuanian: Jurinis sejikas, Jūrinis sėjikas
Latvian: Jūras ķīvīte, Jūrasķīvīte, Lielais tārtiņš
Macedonian: Сребрен дождосвирец, Сребрен златар
Mongolian: Тарлан хавтгаалжин
Malay: Rapang Kelabu
Maltese: Pluviera Pastarda
Dutch: Zilverplevier
Norwegian: Strandlo, Tundralo
Polish: siewnica
Portuguese: Batuira-cinzenta, batuíra-cinzenta, batuiruçu-de-axila-preta, tarambola cinzenta, Tarambola-cinzenta
Portuguese (Brazil): batuíra-cinzenta, Batuiruçu-de-axila-preta
Romansh: Gravarel d'argient
Russian: Tuless, Tулес, Тулес
Scots: Trilleachan
Slovak: Kulík bledý
Slovenian: crna prosenka, črna prosenka
Albanian: Gjelëza pikaloshe
Serbian: sivi zujavac, Zlatar pijukavac, Златар пиjукавац, Златар пијукавац, Сребрни зуjавац
Swedish: Kustpipare
Swahili: Kitwitwi Kijivu, Сhekeamwezi
Tamil: [Kannadi al katti]
Thai: นกหัวโตสีเทา
Turkish: Gri Yağmur Kuşu, Gümüş yağmurcun, Gümüş Yaşmurcun
Tuvinian: Тайлан сайжи
Ukrainian: Морська сивка, Сивка морська , Тулес
Vietnamese: Choi choi xám
Chinese: [hui heng], [hui-ban heng], 灰斑(行鳥), 灰斑鴴, 灰斑鸻, 灰鸻
Chinese (T

Range:-

Sub-species

Pluvialis squatarola
Pluvialis squatarola cynosurae
Pluvialis squatarola squatarola
Pluvialis squatarola tomkovichi
 

 

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