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Gray-tailed Tattler (Tringa brevipes)

Gray-tailed Tattler (Tringa brevipes)

Gray-tailed Tattler (Tringa brevipes)



Gray-tailed Tattler (Tringa brevipes) Gray-tailed Tattler (Tringa brevipes)

Class: Aves
Family: Scolopacidae
Common Name: Gray-tailed Tattler
Genus: Tringa
Species Name: brevipes

About The Gray-tailed Tattler

Tringa brevipes breeds in north-central and north-eastern Siberia in the Putorana mountains, from the Verkhoyansk mountains and Transbaikalia east to Anadyrland, and probably in Kamchatka and the North Kuril Islands, Russia, and winters in Taiwan, southern Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines, through Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands to Australia, with a few reaching New Zealand, Fiji and Tuvalu (del Hoyo et al. 1996). The global population was estimated to number c.44,000 individuals in 2007-2009 (Wetlands International 2014). Overall the species is suspected to be in moderately rapid decline based on regional survey data and knowledge of threats.

Rights Holder: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources
Bibliographic Citation: BirdLife International 2014. Tringa brevipes. In: IUCN 2014 . IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.1 . <www.iucnredlist.org>

Trips Where Observed

Eastern Australia

Member Lifelists

Australasia
World

Sites Where Observed

Location
Date
Notes
5/3/2022
5/4/2022
5/5/2022

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