3 Waders - Hudsonian Dunlin

This Hudsonian Dunlin Calidris (alpina) hudsonia discovered on 24th May 2001 by

Charles Deans van Swelm along the south bank of the Wester Scheldt near Terneuzen

in The Netherlands is the first record for the Western Palearctic. Recently another

Hudsonian Dunlin was observed in Europe, this time a 1st winter bird on the Isles of Scilly,

Britain on 29th October 2007 (Birding World 20 (11): 464-466.

Hudsonian Dunlin C.a.hudsonia 24052001 Wester Scheldt, Terneuzen, The Netherlands.jpg

Hudsonian Dunlin C.a.hudsonia 24052001 Wester Scheldt (W-Schelde), Terneuzen, The Netherlands


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American Golden Plover Pluvialis dominica Pacific Golden Plover Pluvialis fulva Cannibalism in the cold A plumage for all seasons European Curlew Numenius a.arquata Eastern or Russian Curlew Numenius a.orientalis Steppe Curlews Numenius arquata suschkini
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