Spotted Redshank
Tringa erythropus

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

BIF295_MPU_PMA2325_110521_srshank_mng_ikh taschgai
Spotted Redshank Tringa erythropus, BREED
BIF0295, 21/05/2011, Ikh Taschgai, Mongolia, Mathias Putze
BIF296_MPU_PMA2360_110521_srshank_mng_ikh taschgai
Spotted Redshank Tringa erythropus, M BREED
BIF0296, 21/05/2011, Ikh Taschgai, Mongolia, Mathias Putze
BIF297_MPU_PMA2361_110521_dsrshank_mng_ikh taschgai
Spotted Redshank Tringa erythropus, M BREED
BIF0297, 21/05/2011, Ikh Taschgai, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Spotted Redshank Tringa erythropus, AD BREED-> NBREED
BIF1674, 11/07/2016, Polder Pinnow, Germany, Roland Neumann
BIF298_MPU_PMA2460_110521_srshank_mng_ikh taschgai
Spotted Redshank Tringa erythropus, BREED
BIF0298, 21/05/2011, Ikh Taschgai, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

BIF337-3_PFR04315_1-11_100831_srshank-C_d-serb-becken_REF-S
Spotted Redshank Tringa erythropus, calls in flight
BIF0337, 31/08/2010, Serbitzer Becken, Germany, PFR
Telinga parabolic reflector

comparison species:
Common Redshank

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