Actitis hypoleucos

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Synonyms for Actitis hypoleucos

a variety of sandpiper

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A common sandpiper at RSPB Conwy Picture: DAVE WILLIAMS
At Conwy RSPB there are currently three common sandpiper chicks feeding along the edge of the reeds and with a watchful parent on guard with a loud "weeeee" whenever a predator gets too close they all run simultaneously into the reeds for safety.
But an adult water hen, common sandpiper and even a fully grown carrion crow were on the menu.
Ahead is Harbottle Lake - which may have waterbirds such as teal, gooseander, common sandpiper and dipper.
A sandwich tern on the Dwyfor estuary near Criccieth on the 15th and a common sandpiper at Menai Bridge on the 10th are early records.
Little ringed plover and common sandpiper fed on the mud when I visited, but there was no sign of the recent Temminck's stint.
KenHortonwas delighted to see a common sandpiper on the drained lake in Liverpool's Sefton Park.
I was planning an early morning visit to the Conwy Valley last Saturday, hoping for haw finch and common sandpiper.
A common sandpiper distracted me from my vigil, calling excitedly -- the wader no doubt had a family not too far away.
Over 70 redshank are already back here at Conwy RSPB along with green sandpiper, common sandpiper, and black tailed godwit.
A Common Sandpiper skimmed across the lagoon to the sound of a Reed Warbler hidden in the reeds.
On August 1 a common sandpiper called in at the boating lake, as they do in Liverpool's South Docks at this time of the year, but quite extraordinary was a single dunlin on August 3.
Conwy RSPB reserve had much to offer - common sandpiper on the causeway, great crested grebe, shoveler, ruddy duck, tufted duck, wigeon.
Passage shorebirds have started to move, with Whimbrels on Anglesey and Common Sandpipers at RSPB Conwy.
COMMON Sandpipers are enjoying some rest and relaxation by our lakes and rivers before heading to Africa.