Scolopacidae

Wood Sandpiper

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Tringa glareola
Nepali Name: वन सुडसुडिया (Ban Sudsudiya)

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Jagadishpur Reservoir, Kapilvastu, Nepal. 110 m. 5 February, 2017. Photo: Ashish Shrestha.

Common Greenshank

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Tringa nebularia
Nepali Name: टिमटिमा (Timtimaa)

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Common Sandpiper

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Actitis hypoleucos
Nepali Name: चन्चले सुड्सुडीया (Chanchale Sudsudiya)

Notes:
1. In Bagmati River near Chobhar their numbers peaks during January.
2. Usually solitary.
3. Found in close proximity to the Green Sandpiper with which it is reported to interbreed.
4. Flies swiftly just above the surface of the water.

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Green Sandpiper

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Nepali Name: रुख सुड्सुडीया (Rukh Sudsudiya)

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