Common Redshank Tringa totanus

– medium-sized wader, considerably larger than Dunlin
– nocturnal migrant, to lesser extent diurnal
– migrates singly or in small, rather loose flocks

BIF323__MPU_I1Q5437_140609_crshank_breed_mng_ikh taschgai
Common Redshank Tringa totanus ussuriensis, AD BREED
BIF0323, 09/06/2014, Ikh Taschgai, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

BIF325_MPU_I1Q5435_140609_crshank_breed_mng_ikh taschgai
Common Redshank Tringa totanus ussuriensis, AD BREED
BIF0325, 09/06/2014, Ikh Taschgai, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

BIF326_MPU_I1Q1725_121231_crshank_breed_morocco_merdja zerga
Common Redshank Tringa t. totanus, NBREED
BIF0326, 31/12/2012, Merdja Zerga, Morocco, Mathias Putze

BIF327_MPU_I1Q1725_121231_crshank_breed_morocco_merdja_zerga
Common Redshank Tringa t. totanus, NBREED
BIF0327, 31/12/2012, Merdja Zerga, Morocco, Mathias Putze


Common Redshank Tringa t. totanus
BIF0335, 20/08/2015, Plouezoch, France, Michèle Peron


Common Redshank Tringa t. totanus
BIF2677, 30/06/2017, Stiffkey, Great Britain, Patrick Franke

BIF336-3_PFR03377_1-11_090610_crshank-totanus-C_dk_tipperne_REF-S
Common Redshank Tringa t. totanus, calls in flight
BIF0336, 10/06/2009, Tipperne, Denmark, Patrick Franke

comparison species:
Spotted Redshank (v)
Common Greenshank (a)

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