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Grey-tailed Tattler 

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Tringa brevipes Scientific name
Charadriiformes Order
Scolopacidae Family
26 cm (Wingspan: 50 cm) Length
Breeds in boreal forest near fresh water, Non- breeding marine Intertidal:- Rocky/shingle  Shoreline, rock pools. Range follow link Habitat
Altitude
Range
4 Pale blue Eggs, laid in a hollow. Incubation 24/25 days by both parents Clutch
Arthropods, worms, beetles, larvae crustaceans/molluscs & plant matter. Food  
  Habits
3014 - TSN: 176626 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

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Grey-tailed Tattler David Farrow Manado, Sulawesi Indonesia XC42629 song

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AKA:- Catalan: Siseta
Valencian: Siseta
Czech: Vodouš rícní, vodouš říční
Welsh: Pibydd cynffonlwyd, Pibydd gynffonlwd, Pibydd gynffonlwyd
Danish: Sibirisk Gråklire
German: Graubürzel-Wasserläufer, Grauschwanz-Wasserläufer, Ostsibirischer wanderwasserläufer
Emiliano-romagnolo: Pivinéla
English: Asian Wandering Tattler, Gray tailed Tattler, Gray-rumped Sandpiper, Gray-rumped Tattler, Gray-tailed Sandpiper, Gray-tailed Tattler, Grey tailed Tattler, Grey-rumped Sandpiper, Grey-rumped Tattler, Grey-tailed Sandpiper, Grey-tailed Tattler, Polynesian Tattler, Siberian Tattler
Spanish: Archibebe gris, Palyero Siberiano, Playero de Siberia, Playero Siberiano
Estonian: siberi mägitilder
Finnish: Taigaviklo
French: Chevalier à pieds courts, Chevalier cendré, Chevalier de Sibérie
Galician: Lavandeira dos pantanos
n: Trinil ekor-kelabu
Icelandic: Grástelkur
Italian: Piro-piro asiatico, Piro-piro dorsogrigio, Totano codagrigia
Japanese: kiashishigi, Kiashi-shigi
Japanese: キアシシギ
Korean: 노랑발도요
Latin: Heteractitis brevipes, Heterosceles brevipes, Heteroscelus brevipes, Tringa brevipes
Lithuanian: Pilkauodegis tilvikas
Mongolian: Цэлдэн хөгчүү
Malay: Kedidi Ekor Kelabu
Dutch: Siberische Grijze Ruiter
Norwegian: Gråhalesnipe, Sibirvandresnipe
Polish: brodziec szary
Portuguese: Maçarico-cinzento
Russian: Пепельный улит, Сибирский пепельный, Сибирский пепельный улит, улит, Улит пепельный сибирский, Улит сибирский пепельный
Slovak: kalužiak krátkonohý
Slovenian: sibirski pepelinec
Swedish: Sibirisk gråsnäppa
Tamil: [Kottan]
Thai: นกตีนเหลือง
Turkish: gri sırtlı düdükçünü, Gri-sırtlı Düdükçünü
Tuvinian: Сибирь куу тулаажы
Vietnamese: Choắt lùn, Choắt lùn đuôi xám
Chinese: [huang-zu yu], [hui-wei piao-yu], [hui-wei yu], 灰尾 鹬, 灰尾(漂)鹬, 灰尾[漂]鹬, 灰尾漂鹬, 灰尾鷸, 灰尾鹬, 黃足鷸
Chinese (Taiwan): [huang-zu yu], 黃足鷸

Range:- Breeding in Mongolia & Russia

Winter & passage:-

Australia

 New South Wales

 Northern Territory

 Queensland

 South Australia

 Tasmania

 Victoria

 Western Austrailia

 Ashmore Reef and Cartier Island

 Christmas Island

 Lord Howe Island Rare/Accidental

 Norfolk Island Rare/Accidental

Bangladesh

Brunei

Cambodia

China

 Beidaihe District

 Fujian

 Hebei

 Heilongjiang

 Henan

 Hong Kong

 Jiangsu

 Jilin

 Shandong

 Tibet

 Zhejiang

Cook Islands

East Timor

French Polynesia

India

 Southwest India Rare/Accidental

Indonesia

 Alor

 Ambon

 Bali

 Buru

 Florès

 Gorong islands

 Halmahera

 Haruku Island

 Java

 Lesser Sunda

 Lombok

 Mentawai Archipelago

 Mollucas

 Nusa Tenggara Timur Province

 Raja Ampat archipelago

  Batanta Islands

 Salawati

 Roti

 Savu

 Seram

 Sulawesi

 Sumatra

 Sumba

 Sumbawa

 Tanimbar Islands

 Waigeo

 West Timor

 Wetar

Island of Borneo

Island of New Guinea

Island of Timor

Japan

Laos

Malaysia

Mauritius Rare/Accidental

Melanesia

 Bougainville

 Fiji Rare/Accidental

 Kofiau

 New Caledonia

  Papua New Guinea

  Bismark

   Admiralty Islands

   Emira

   Los Negros

   Lou Island

   Manus

   Mussau

   New Britain

   New Hanover

   New Ireland

   Rambutyo

   Tabar Group

  D'Entrecasteaux Archipelago

   Amphlett Group

   Fergusson

   Goodenough

   Normanby Island

  Louisiades

  Louisiades Deboyne

  Milne Bay Islands

    Trobriand Islands

   Egum

   Egum Atoll

   Kiriwina

 Solomons archipelago

 Vanuatu

Micronesia

 Guam

 Kiribati

 Marshall Islands

 Nauru

 Northern Marianas

 Palau

Myanmar

New Guinea

New Zealand

 Snares Island Rare/Accidental

Philippines

Polynesia

Singapore

South Korea

Sweden Rare/Accidental

Taiwan

Thailand

 Alaska Rare/Accidental

 California

 Hawaii Big Island Rare/Accidental

 Hawaii Honolulu Rare/Accidental

 Hawaii Oahu Rare/Accidental

 Hawaii Rare/Accidental

 Washington Rare/Accidental

Vietnam

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