Solitary Sandpiper - Tringa solitaria

Length 7.1-9.1 in (18.0-23.0 cm)
Wingspan 1.8-1.9 ft (55.0-59.0 cm)
Weight 1.1-2.3 oz (31-65 g)
Clutch Size 4
Chicks at birth Precocial
IUCN Conservation Status Least Concern
Continents:NA, SA

The Solitary Sandpiper breeds across Alaska and Canada and winters in Central and South America. It is a small shorebird that is usually seen alone. They are found in fresh water. They eat small invertebrates, and sometimes small frogs.

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