The Biggest Animals Kingdom and in The World | Sandpipers | Children are stronger and have polished edges above prescribed feathers. This species is very similar to the slightly larger Spotted Sandpiper (A. macularia) in non-breeding plumage. But his legs and feet and dark wings sharper model (visible in flight) tend to give up, and, of course, are found only rarely in the same place. It is a gregarious bird and is seen in large flocks, and the distinctive winged flight takes, deep water, wading Actitis. Sandpiper breeds in most of temperate and subtropical regions of Europe and Asia, and migrates to Africa, Southeast Asia and Australia in winter. The eastern edge of their migration from Palau in Micronesia, where hundreds of birds gather to take a break.
In Nukumanu Nukumanu Islands (Papua New Guinea), language, this type is generally considered tiritavoi. It nests on the ground near fresh water. When threatened, the young person can join his father's body for a safe flight. The Sandpiper is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory waterbirds (AEWA).