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Australian Snipes, Godwits, Curlews, Sandpipers



FAMILY : Snipes, Godwits, Curlews, Whimbrels, Stints, Sandpipers

Little Curlew
(Numenius minutus)
Little Curlew
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Whimbrel
(Numenius phaeopus)
Whimbrel
The Whimbrel is a medium-sized curlew, streaked brown, with dark streaks along the top of head. The bill is long and curved downward. Click to continue>
Grey Phalarope
(Phalaropus fulicaria)
Grey Phalarope
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Red-necked Phalarope
(Phalaropus lobatus)
Red-necked Phalarope
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Ruff
(Philomachus pugnax)
Ruff
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Wilsons Phalarope
(Steganopus tricolor)
Wilsons Phalarope
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Common Greenshank
(Tringa nebularia)
Common Greenshank
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Common Redshank
(Tringa totanus)
Common Redshank
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Lesser Yellowlegs
(Tringa flavipes)
Lesser Yellowlegs
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Marsh Sandpiper
(Tringa stagnatilis)
Marsh Sandpiper
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Spotted Redshank
(Tringa erythropus)
Spotted Redshank
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Wood Sandpiper
(Tringa glareola)
Wood Sandpiper
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Terek Sandpiper
(Xenus cinereus)
Terek Sandpiper
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