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The Common Sandpiper, illustration from 'A History of British Birds' by William Yarrell Featured Common Sandpiper Print

The Common Sandpiper, illustration from 'A History of British Birds' by William Yarrell

XJF486316 The Common Sandpiper, illustration from 'A History of British Birds' by William Yarrell, first published 1843 (woodcut) by Yarrell, William (1784-1856); Private Collection; ( The Common Sandpiper, or Summer Snipe (latin: Actitis hypoleucos) is a small Palearctic wader.); English, out of copyright

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'Common Sandpiper - To'tanus hypoleu'cus', c1910, (1910). Artist: George James Rankin Featured Common Sandpiper Print

'Common Sandpiper - To'tanus hypoleu'cus', c1910, (1910). Artist: George James Rankin

'Common Sandpiper - To'tanus hypoleu'cus', c1910, (1910). From Britain's Birds and Their Nests, by A. Landsborough Thomson. [The Waverley Book Company, Limited, W. & R. Chambers, Limited, London & Edinburgh, 1910]

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Common Sandpiper Featured Common Sandpiper Print

Common Sandpiper

Common Sandpiper
Roebuck Bay, Broome, Western Australia.
Tringa (Actitis) hypoleucos
Australian Arctic migrant
A generally uncommon migrant around rocky coastlines but avoiding long sandy beaches and wide mudflats. Also found inland along muddy billabong margins and edges of rivers. Will perch on man made objects eg boats and posts.
Don Hadden
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