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Juvenile similar to the winter adult but much darker. Irregular streaks on flanks
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Can be told from winter-plumaged Common Redshank by the obvious white supercilium.
A monotypic species.
They breed by pools, marshes and peatbogs. Winters on muddy estuaries.
Similar to Common Redshank but legs extend further beyond the tail.
4 eggs are laid in a ground scrape.
The diet includes insect larvae, shrimps and worms.
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