Calidris


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Trophic ecology of the red not Calidris canutus rufa at Bahia Lomas, Tierra del Fuego, Chile.
2015: Immature dunlins Calidris alpina migrate towards wintering grounds later than adults in years of low breeding success.
Patagonia: A system of beaches used by Red Knots (Calidris canutus rufa) working as a functional unit.
Berth occupancy was managed at the port at 67% on wednesday where a total of ten ships namely C.V Conti Annapurna, C.V Calidris, C.V Maersk Kinloss, M.V Julia Oldendroff, M.V Trans Shanghai, M.V Orion-3, M.T Al-Bum, M.T Globe Tanya, M.T White Purl and M.T Umm Bab are currently occupying terminals to load/offload containers, coal, canola seeds, soya bean seeds, chemicals lpg, palm oil and diesel oil, chemicals and LPG respectively during last 24 hours.
KARACHI -- Five ships C.V Calidris, C.V Maersk Kinloss, C.V Al-Khor, M.V Julia Oldendroff and M.T Al-Bum carrying containers, coal and furnace oil were arranged berthing at Qasim International Terminal, Multi Purpose Terminal and FOTCO Oil Terminal respectively on Tuesday.
The sandpiper Calidris pusilla is a long-distance migrant with 6 days of non-stop flights of up to 4000 km between key stopover sites (12,13).
The nearctic migrant, Calidris fuscicollis (Vieilliot, 1819) belongs to the order Charadriiformes and breeds in the tundra of Alaska and north of Canada.
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The red knot (Calidris canutus) has one of the longest migrations of any bird, travelling nearly 10,000 miles each spring and fall between its summer breeding range in the Arctic to the winter range in southern Chile and Argentina.
Timing and duration of moult in three populations of Purple Sandpipers Calidris maritime with different moult/migration patterns.
> 1% of flyway population) of seven shorebirds for part of the year: Double-banded Plover Charadrius bicinctus, Curlew Sandpiper Calidris ferruginea, Red-kneed Dotterel Erythrogonys cinctus, Red-necked Stint Calidris ruficollis, Sharp-tailed Sandpiper Calidris acuminata, Pied Oystercatcher Haemotopus longirostris and Banded Stilt Cladorhynchus leucocephalus (Watkins 1993; Dann 2007).