Tringa totanus

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a common Old World wading bird with long red legs

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We conclude that abandonment of brackish marshes and salt marshes (ceasing livestock grazing), which lead to an increasing cover of tall plant communities, did not cause a decline in species richness or a decline in 'typical' marsh species such as Eurasian Oystercatcher and Common Redshank.
The three focal songbird species all showed maximum densities at an intermediate cover of tall vegetation, while Eurasian Oystercatchers and Common Redshanks showed a general positive relationship with the cover of tall vegetation (Fig.
For Eurasian Oystercatchers and Common Redshanks on the other hand, we found there was a positive relationship with the cover of tall vegetation on salt marshes, but a negative relationship with brackish marshes (Table 3).
The positive relation we found for Common Redshanks with the cover of tall vegetation complies with the findings by Norris et al.
Then there are Redshanks -- Spotted Redshanks, Common Redshanks and Greenshanks -- besides Ruffs, Little Stints and Temminck's Stints.