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Numenius phaeopus Scientific name
Charadriiformes Order
Scolopacidae Family
37-45 cm      (Wingspan 75–90 cm) Length
Tundra, arctic moorland, forest, rivers, lakes, coastal estuaries, mainy coastal on migration. Range follow link Habitat
Altitude
Range
3 - 4 Eggs, laid in a hollow. Incubation 27/28 days by both parents fledging 28/35 days. Clutch
Small invertbrates, molluscs and little crabs Food  
One of the worlds most widespread & most travelled bird. Habits
 2994 - TSN: 176600 - Sub-species World Number
Least concern Status

Photo by Arthur Grosset Sub species Numenius phaeopus hudsonicus Hudsonian Whimbrel © all rights reserved

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Whimbrel Ruud van Beusekom Vik í Myrdal Iceland song XC57912

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Afrikaans: Kleinwulp
Arabic: كروان الغيط الصغير, كروان الغيط الصغير رهيز
Asturian: Algaraván Marciegu, Algaraván Piqueñu
Azerbaijani: Ortaboy kronşnep
Belarusian: Сярэдні кулён
Bulgarian: Малък свирец
Breton: Ar c'hefeleg-mae
Catalan: Curlera cantaire, Polit cantaire, Pòlit cantaire
Catalan (Balears): Curlera cantaire
Czech: Koliha malá
Welsh: Coeg gylfinhir, Coeg-gylfinir, Coegyfinir, Coegylfinir
Danish: Lille regnspove, Småspove
German: Regenbrachvogel, Regenbrachvogel-phaeopus
Greek: Θαλασσομπεκάτσα, Σιγλίγουρος
Greek (Cypriot): Θαλασσομπεκάτσα
English: Common Whimbrel, Curlew, Eurasian Whimbrel, Western Whimbrel, Whimbrel
Esperanto: malgranda kurlo
Spanish: Playero pico curvo, Playero Picocorvo, Playero trinador, Zarapito, Zarapito de Hudson, Zarapito Real, Zarapito Trinador
Spanish (Argentine): Playero trinador
Spanish (Chile): Zarapito
Spanish (Colombia): Zarapito Trinador
Spanish (Costa Rica): Zarapito Trinador
Spanish (Dominican Rep.): Zarapito Trinador
Spanish (Honduras): Playero pico curvo
Spanish (Mexico): zarapito trinador
Spanish (Nicaragua): Zarapito Trinador
Spanish (Paraguay): Playero trinador
Spanish (Uruguay): Chorlo Trinador, Playero Trinador
Estonian: Väikekoovitaja
Basque: Kurlinta bekaindun, Polit cantaire
Finnish: Pikkukuovi
Faroese: Spógvi
French: Courlis corlieu, Courlis hudsonien, Petit courlis
Irish: Crotach Eanaigh, Crotach shamhraidh
Gaelic: Eun Bealltainn
Galician: Mazarico chiador, Polit cantaire
Guarani: Chululu
Manx: Crottag houree
Haitian Creole French: Kouli
Hebrew: חרמשון קטן
Croatian: Pozviždač jatar, Prugasti Pozviždac, Prugasti Pozviždač
Hungarian: Kis póling
Armenian: [Mijin Kronshnep/Arorik ], Միջին Արորիկ, Միջին Կրոնշնեպ/Արորիկ
Indonesian: Gajahan pengala, Gajahan Penggala, Kololi
Icelandic: Spói
Italian: Chiurlo piccolo
Japanese: Chushaku-shigi, chuushakushigi, Chuushaku-shigi
Japanese: チュウシャクシギ
Georgian: საშუალო კრონშნეპი
Khakas: Орта көгiлбей
Kazakh: Қасқа шалшықшы
Korean: 중부리도요
Cornish: Cok-gelvynak
Latin: Numenius phaeopus, Numenius phaeopus phaeopus, Phaeopus phaeopus
Lithuanian: Mažoji kuolinga, Vidutine kuolinga, Vidutinė kuolinga, Vidutinioji kuolinga
Latvian: Kulainis, Lietuvainis, Mazā kronšnepe, Mazais kuilis, Vidējā kuitala
Malagasy: Kiokioka, Kiokoika, Mantazazana
Mongolian: Бэсрэг тутгалжин
Malay: Kendi Pisau Raut
Maltese: Gurlin Żgħir
Dutch: Regenwulp
Norwegian: Heispove, Småspove
Polish: kulik mniejszy, Szlamnik
Portuguese: batuíra-de-bico-torto, maçaricão, maçarico galega, Macarico galego, maçarico-de-bico-torto, Macarico-galego, Maçarico-galego, maçarico-real, maria-rita
Portuguese (Brazil): batuíra-de-bico-torto, maçaricão, maçarico-de-bico-torto, maçarico-galego, maçarico-real, maria-rita
Romansh: Fliaun pitschen
Russian: Кроншнеп средний, Средний кроншнеп
Scots: Eun bealltainn
Northern Sami: Guškkástat
Slovak: hvizdá, Hvizdák malı, Hvizdák pásavohlahı, Hvizdák pásavohlavı
Slovenian: mali škurh
Albanian: Kojliku mesatar
Serbian: zlatovremenica, zlovremenica srednja, Пругаста златовременица, Средња златовременица
Swedish: Småspov
Swahili: Membe Sautisaba
Thai: นกอีก๋อยเล็ก
Turkish: sürmeli kervan çulluğu, Sürmeli kervançulluğu, Sürmelı Kervançulluğu, Sürmeli Kervançulluşu, Yağmur Kervançulluğu
Tuvinian: Безерек даргый
Ukrainian: Кульон середній , Середній кроншнеп
Vietnamese: Choắt mỏ cong bé
Xhosa: Ingoyi-ngoyi
Chinese: [zhong shao-yu], 中杓鷸, 中杓鹬
Chinese (Taiwan): [zhong shao-yu], 中杓鷸

Range:- Breeding:- Belarus, Canada, Estonia, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Latvia, Norway, Russia, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Scotland, Sweden, USA, They often follow coastlines & winter as far south as Argentina, New Zealand, South Africa, They find remote Islands in:- Antarctica, Caribbean and West Indies, Cayman Islands, Comoros, Falkland Islands Rare/Accidental, French Southern Territories, Galapagos, Gulf of Guinea Islands, Hawaii, Indonesia, Maldives, Mauritius, Melanesia, Micronesia, Nicobar, Philippines, Polynesia, Seychelles,

Sub-species

Numenius [phaeopus or hudsonicus]
Numenius phaeopus
Numenius phaeopus [phaeopus or alboaxillaris]
Numenius phaeopus alboaxillaris
Numenius hudsonicus
Numenius hudsonicus hudsonicus
Numenius hudsonicus hudsonicus
Numenius phaeopus islandicus
Numenius [phaeopus or hudsonicus]
Numenius phaeopus
Numenius phaeopus phaeopus
Numenius phaeopus [phaeopus or alboaxillaris]
Numenius phaeopus rogachevae
Numenius hudsonicus rufiventris
Numenius phaeopus variegatus

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