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According to Gatumbato, it was Godfrey Jakosalem, PBCFI senior biologist, who accidentally documented and counted three individuals of Spoon-billed sandpiper on Saturday while on birding and preparing for the annual water bird count at Tibsok.
In addition to the spoon-billed sandpiper, it is also home to at least two other IUCN endangered birds.
Our green sandpiper has tended to flit from one muddy island to another, where it feeds on insects, freshwater shrimps and worms.
Within a genre known for its traditions, Irene Hannon takes risks with Sandpiper Cove, a heartwarming and hopeful Christian romance.
Sandpiper has converted over 4,000 homes and businesses in Worcester County since the project began in 2013.
Another four Curlew Sands and two Little Stints were on the Clwyd estuary, while Bardsey saw a Buff-breasted Sandpiper and a long-staying Melodious Warbler.
Flying in from as far as Greenland, Scandinavia and Canada, beaked warblers like purple sandpipers and turnstones migrate to rocky English coasts for winter.
The Sandpiper, with former Blackfriars head chef Dan Duggan at the helm, is serving starters of spiced parsnip soup, salmon and dill fishcakes and chicken, apricot and pistachio terrine.
On Sunday, officials at Dubai Municipality recorded the broad-billed sandpiper at the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary for the first time, "which was quite unusual as they have one of the longest distance for migration", said Dr Reza Khan, Specialist, Wildlife and Zoo Management, Public Parks and Horticulture Department at Dubai Municipality.
An International policy research organisation sees risk for Namibian fisheries in the Sandpiper project.
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The cause of the grief was my comment that the first green sandpiper at RSPB Conwy was a sure sign of autumn.