Synonyms for tringa_stagnatilis or Related words with tringa_stagnatilis

tringa_melanoleuca              xenus_cinereus              tringa_guttifer              tringa_glareola              tringa_brevipes_wandering_tattler              tringa_incana              tringa_totanus              charadrius_asiaticus              vanellus_vanellus              anas_hottentota              charadrius_dubius              tringa_brevipes              snowy_plover_charadrius_alexandrinus              sterna_hirundo              baer_pochard_aythya_baeri              terek_sandpiper_xenus_cinereus              fire_fronted_serin              carduelis_twite_linaria_flavirostris              willet_tringa_semipalmata              redshank_tringa              charadrius_leschenaultii              calidris_falcinellus_ruff_calidris              ferruginous_duck_aythya_nyroca              tern_hydroprogne_caspia              wood_sandpiper_tringa              teal_marmaronetta_angustirostris              twite_linaria              hypoleucos_spotted_sandpiper_actitis              interpres_sanderling_calidris_alba              sterna_acuticauda              tryngites_subruficollis              aythya_ferina_ferruginous_duck              shoveler_anas_clypeata              marsh_sandpiper              shoveler_anas_clypeata_marbled              barbary_falcon_falco_pelegrinoides              charadrius_bicinctus              bicolored_hawk_accipiter_bicolor              tern_hydroprogne_caspia_sandwich              caspian_plover_charadrius_asiaticus              alpina_ruff              gray_tailed_tattler              charadrius_dubius_kentish_plover              numenius_tahitiensis              mediterranean_gull_ichthyaetus              circus_macrourus              nebularia              fulicarius_skuas              glareola              goldfinch_carduelis_carduelis             

Examples of "tringa_stagnatilis"
Passage migrants include "Nycticorax nycticorax", "Ardeola ralloides", "Ardea purpurea", "Plegadis falcinellus", "Pandion haliaetus", "Falco vespertinus", "Milvus migrans", "Circus pygargus", "Hieraaetus pennatus", "Himantopus himantopus", "Glareola pratincola", "Calidris temminckii", "Tringa stagnatilis", "Larus audouinii", "Gelochelidon nilotica", "Chlidonias leucopterus", "Chlidonias hybridus", "Coracias garrulus", "Anthus cervinus", "Plegadis falcinellus", "Oenanthe isabellina" and "Oenanthe pleschanka".
The marsh sandpiper ("Tringa stagnatilis") is a small wader. It is a rather small shank, and breeds in open grassy steppe and taiga wetlands from easternmost Europe to central Asia. The genus name "Tringa" is the New Latin name given to the green sandpiper by Aldrovandus in 1599 based on Ancient Greek "trungas", a thrush-sized, white-rumped, tail-bobbing wading bird mentioned by Aristotle. The specific "stagnatilis" is from Latin "stagnum", "swamp".
The flood plains are especially important for the diversity and richness of their avifauna, particularly migrant birds. The rare species lesser adjutant "Leptoptilos javanicus" and variety of other species inhabit the floodplains. It has been estimated that around 75 species winter in the swamps of the flood plains. Frequently seen residents are marsh sandpiper "Tringa stagnatilis", wood sandpiper "T. glareola", Asiatic golden plover "Pluvialis dominica", garganey "Anas querquedula", osprey "Pandion haliaetus", and black-tailed godwit "Limosa limosa". Common residents are eastern large egret "Egreta alba", cattle egret "Bubulcus ibis", Painted stork "Ibis leucocephala", pond heron "Ardeola grayii", eastern grey heron "Ardea cinerea", pheasant-tailed jacana "Hydrophasianus chirurgus", purple coot "Porphyrio porphyrio", Indian darter "Anhinga rufa", little cormorant "Phalacrocorax niger", Indian shag "P. fuscicollis", Indian cormorant "P. carbo sinensis", brahminy kite "Haliastur indus", painted snipe "Rostratula benghalensis", black-winged stilt "Himantopus himantopus", and red-wattled lapwing "Vanellus indicus".
The reserve comprises a vast open lowland landscape with a mosaic of swamps, moors, lakes, rivers and forests located between the basins of the Bug and Wieprz rivers. The site is part of the European Ecological Corridor of the Bug River. The location supports bird species including raptors such as lesser spotted eagle ("Aquila pomarina"), hen harrier ("Circus cyaneus") and Montagu's harrier ("Circus pygargus") and birds such as aquatic warbler ("Acrocephalus paludicola"), marsh sandpiper ("Tringa stagnatilis") and Eurasian cranes ("Grus grus"). The area is considered to be an important crossing point for migratory birds. The north-south flyways and east-west flyways of birds meet in the region. The areas consists of boreal Scots pine ("Pinus sylvestris") forests, black alder ("Alnus glutinosa") wetland forests, meadows and peatbog (raised bog, transitional bog and fen) ecosystems.
The flood plain marshes are rich with avifauna. Around 75 migrant species winter in the marshes. Usual migrants include garganey "Anas querquedula", marsh sandpiper "Tringa stagnatilis", wood sandpiper "T. glareola", pintail snipe "Gallinago stenura", whiskered tern "Chlidonias hybridus", and black-tailed godwit "Limosa limosa". Resident birds are painted stork "Ibis leucocephala", openbill stork "Anastomus oscitans", little egret "Egretta garzetta", cattle egret "Bubulens ibis", pond heron "Ardeola grayii", pheasant-tailed jacana "Hydrophasianus chirurgus", purple gallinule "Porphyrio porphyrio", white ibis "Threskiornis melanocephalus", and black-winged stilt "Himantopus himantopus". Within the forest area the following birds are seen, crimson-fronted barbet "Megalaima haemacephala", common peafowl "Pavo cristatus", Malabar pied hornbill "Anthracoceros coronatus", thick-billed flowerpecker "Dicaeum agile", common iora "Aegithina tiphia", junglefowl "Gallus lafayetii", and golden-fronted leafbird "Chloropsis aurifrons". While barred buttonquail "Turnix suscitator" frequents the open areas, marshy northern area is visited by woolly-necked stork "Ciconia episcopus", crested hawk eagle "Spizaetus cirrhatus", grey-headed fish eagle "Ichthyophaga ichthyaetus", pied kingfisher "Ceryle rudis", crested serpent-eagle "Spilornis cheela", and painted stork "Ibis leucocephala".