Friday, April 19, 2013

Friday's Foto

The Greater Yellowlegs is relatively common throughout the United States. Nesting in the Canadian boreal forests and the tundra, little is known about their breeding habits. It is very similar in appearance to the Lesser Yellowlegs. Here is a comparison of the two species, although this posting points out that using their vocalizations for identification is not necessarily definitive.

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