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Oriental Plover

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Charadrius veredus Scientific name
Charadriiformes Order
Charadriidae Family
21–25 cm (Wingspan 46–53 cm) Length
Grassland, hot deserts, agricultural land, wetlands, shoreline, estuaries. rivers, alkaline & brackish pools, marshes. Range follow link Habitat
 Eggs, laid in a scrape.  Incubation 30 days by both parents Clutch
Arthropods, worms, beetles, larvae & crustaceans. Food  
3125 - TSN: 176544 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

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Oriental Plover Mark Harper Lake Nallan Australia Call XC40557

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AKA:- Catalan: Corriol mongol
Valencian: Corriol mongol
Czech: Kulík hnedoprsý, kulík rezavoprský
Danish: Gobiprćstekrave
German: Hufeisen-Regenpfeifer, Orientregenpfeifer, Steppenregenpfeifer
English: Eastern Plover, Eastern Sand Plover, Eastern Sand-Plover, Oriental Dotterel, Oriental Plover
Spanish: Chorlitejo Asiático Grande, Chorlito Asiático, Chorlito Asiático Grande
Estonian: kőnnutüll
Finnish: Gobintylli
French: Gravelot oriental, Pluvier oriental
n: Cerek Asia, Kčra-kčra
Italian: Corriere orientale, Corriere pettocastano
Japanese: Oh-chidori, oochidori, Oo-chidori
Japanese: オオチドリ
Kazakh: Восточный зуек
Korean: 큰물떼새
Latin: Charadrius veredus, Eupoda veredus
Mongolian: Дорнотын хиазат
Malay: Rapang Timor
Dutch: Steppenplevier, Steppeplevier
Norwegian: Steppelo
Polish: sieweczka stepowa
Russian: Восточный зуек, Восточный зуёк, Зуек восточный
Slovak: kulík podkovár
Swedish: Orientpipare
Thai: นกหัวโตขายาว
Tuvinian: Чөөн сайжызы
Vietnamese: Choi choi Á Châu
Chinese: [doongfang heng], [doongfang hong-xioong heng], [hong-xioong heng], 东方红胸鸻, 东方鸻, 東方紅胸鴴, 紅胸(行鳥), 红胸鸻



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