Common Greenshank
Tringa nebularia

– medium-sized wader, largest sandpiper, larger than Common Blackbird
– nocturnal migrant, local diurnal movements
– migrates singly or in small flocks

BIF194_MPU_I1Q1522_121231_cgshank_mor_merdja zerga
Common Greenshank Tringa nebularia
BIF0194, 31/12/2012, Merdja Zerga, Morocco, Mathias Putze

BIF195_MPU_I1Q1521_121231_cgshank_mor_merdja zerga
Common Greenshank Tringa nebularia
BIF0195, 31/12/2012, Merdja Zerga, Morocco, Mathias Putze

BIF196_MPU_I1Q9229_140124_uga_lake-albert
Common Greenshank Tringa nebularia
BIF0196, 24/01/2014, Lake Albert, Rebublic of Uganda, Mathias Putze

BIF483_MPU_I1Q3085_150104_cgshank_eth_lake_chamo
Common Greenshank Tringa nebularia
BIF0483, 04/01/2015, Lake Chamo, Ethiopia, Mathias Putze

BIF198-4_PFR10178_1-11_140910_cgshank-4-FC_d_sn_doelln-see
Common Greenshank Tringa nebularia, calls in flight
BIF0198, 10/09/2014, Döllnitzsee, Germany, Patrick Franke
Telinga parabolic reflector

comparison species:
Marsh Sandpiper
Wood Sandpiper

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