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Tattler, Wandering
Bird Info
Bird Info
Conservation status
Scientific Name:
Tringa incana
Alaska, Alberta, Arkansas, Asia, Australasia, Australia, British Columbia, California, Canada, Central America and Caribbean, Central America excluding Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Global, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Japan, Manitoba, Massachusetts, Melanesia, Mexico, Micronesia, Mongolia, Nevada, New Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, North America, Northwest Territories Read more
Related Reading
The global population is estimated to number c.10,000-25,000 individuals (Wetlands International, 2006), roughly equivalent to 6,700-17,000 mature individuals. The population in Russia has been estimated at < c.100,000 breeding pairs and < c.1,000 individuals on migration (Brazil 2009) ...
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The Wandering Tattler, Tringa incana (formerly Heteroscelus incanus: Pereira & Baker, 2005; Banks et al., 2006), is a medium-sized wading bird. It is similar in appearance to the closely related Gray-tailed Tattler, T. brevipes. The tattlers are unique among the species of Tringa for having unpatterned, greyish wings and backs, and a scaly breast pattern extending more or less onto the belly in breeding plumage, in which both also have a rather prominent supercilium. ...
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