Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Wood Sandpiper(Tringa glareola)


Common migrant to the coastal areas, lagoons, mudflats, marshes, tanks and paddy fields in the dry lowlands. Occasionally found in the hill country and wet lowlands. Unlike most other migrant waders Wood Sandpiper prefers freshwater bodies. It feeds on small aquatic insects, such as beetles, bugs, larvae, etc. usually as solitary birds or as small to large flocks.


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  1. Great. If you can give some clarification in Sinhala this would be a great source for the community

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