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Greater Yellowlegs (31) (Tringa melanoleuca) User: Stephane  (See all photos - 26) (Comments - 13)
Canada (Québec) Greater Yellowlegs Sainte-Martine, Quebec ...at least, I think it's a greater yellowlegs! Turns out that identification is pretty darned difficult, and maybe someone here will be able to more positively figure this one out. First, I have very little reference for this individual's relative size, this being my first time seeing any number of yellowlegs. However, I've settled on "greater" due to the bill length, the bill's color and the length of the primary feathers relative to the tail. Small indications I gathered off a website (https://www.thespruce.com/greater-or-lesser-yellowlegs-386349).
Views: 80
Date: September 2, 2017
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Lesser Yellowlegs (27) (Tringa flavipes) User: Brian  (See all photos - 911) (Comments - 1849)
Canada (Ontario) Embrun - Fall migration has begun. Early shorebirds are making an appearance with many more to come.
Views: 201
Date: July 20, 2017
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Lesser Yellowlegs (27) (Tringa flavipes) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1259) (Comments - 3543)
Canada (Québec) A lone yellowlegs at the Saint Lazare, Quebec sand dunes during a repreive from passing showers.
Views: 263
Date: August 7, 2016
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Greater Yellowlegs (31) (Tringa melanoleuca) User: Brian  (See all photos - 911) (Comments - 1849)
Canada (Ontario) Ingleside - It is not always easy to tell Greater from Lesser Yellowlegs if you do not have a direct size comparison. Call notes help and I did have those with this bird. Some Greaters have a slightly upturned bill towards the end but this bird does not. Bill length is a useful guide. In the Lesser, the bill from base to tip is about the same length as the width of the head. In the Greater it can be almost 50% longer than the width of the head.
Views: 472
Date: October 7, 2015
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Stilt Sandpiper (4) (Calidris himantopus) User: Brian  (See all photos - 911) (Comments - 1849)
Canada (Ontario) Ingleside - Stilt left and Lesser Yellowlegs right. Both birds have muddy legs obscuring leg colour.
Views: 478
Date: September 22, 2015
Details: Juvenile, Multiple species
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Stilt Sandpiper (4) (Calidris himantopus) User: Brian  (See all photos - 911) (Comments - 1849)
Canada (Ontario) Ingleside - This bird was feeding with Lesser Yellowlegs for a nice comparison. Note light eye stripe and slightly decurved bill tip. Bird is a bit smaller than Yellowlegs and legs are greeny-yellow.
Views: 469
Date: September 22, 2015
Details: Juvenile
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Lesser Yellowlegs (27) (Tringa flavipes) User: Brian  (See all photos - 911) (Comments - 1849)
Canada (Ontario) Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary - Ingleside
Views: 419
Date: September 8, 2015
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Solitary Sandpiper (18) (Tringa solitaria) User: Brian  (See all photos - 911) (Comments - 1849)
Canada (Ontario) Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary - Ingleside I managed to get a few shots of this bird before a Lesser Yellowlegs chased it off. Note the prominent eye ring and greenish not yellow legs.
Views: 436
Date: September 8, 2015
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Lesser Yellowlegs (27) (Tringa flavipes) User: Brian  (See all photos - 911) (Comments - 1849)
Canada (Québec) St. Martine
Views: 454
Date: August 18, 2014
Details: Adult
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Killdeer (46) (Charadrius vociferus) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1259) (Comments - 3543)
Canada (Québec) A congregation of several shorebirds foraging at the St-Lazare sands: Killdeer (left), Semipalmated Sandpiper (middle left), Pectoral Sandpiper (middle right) and Lesser Yellowlegs. Unfortunately the Greater Yellowlegs and Semipalmated Plover were not closer enough for the group shot! Can be enlarged by clicking photo twice.
Views: 729
Date: September 1, 2013
Details: Adult, Multiple species
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Pectoral Sandpiper (18) (Calidris melanotos) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1259) (Comments - 3543)
Canada (Québec) Seen with Lesser Yellowlegs (left) and Greater Yellowlegs at the St-Lazare sand fields west of Montreal.
Views: 511
Date: September 1, 2013
Details: Adult, Multiple species
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Semipalmated Sandpiper (13) (Calidris pusilla) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1259) (Comments - 3543)
Canada (Québec) Seen in front of Lesser Yellowlegs (middle) and Pectoral Sandpiper (back).
Views: 476
Date: September 1, 2013
Details: Winter plumage, Adult, Multiple species
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Lesser Yellowlegs (27) (Tringa flavipes) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1259) (Comments - 3543)
Canada (Québec) Seen at Baie du Febvre northeast of Montreal.
Views: 509
Date: August 24, 2013
Details: Adult
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Lesser Yellowlegs (27) (Tringa flavipes) User: Brian  (See all photos - 911) (Comments - 1849)
Canada (Ontario) Summerstown
Views: 530
Date: August 23, 2013
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Pectoral Sandpiper (18) (Calidris melanotos) User: lou_dav  (See all photos - 958) (Comments - 625)
Canada (British Columbia) Pectoral Sandpiper with a Lesser Yellowlegs - Serpentine Fen, Surrey BC. The Pectoral was a life list addition for me.
Views: 830
Date: September 20, 2012
Details: Multiple species
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