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Fermilab, in its 50th year, attracted white-fronted goose, common gallinule, red-necked phalarope, white-rumped sandpiper and mountain bluebird.
In the UK, dozens of bird species, including some waders such as the green sandpiper, Kentish plover, little ringed plover, stone curlew and red-necked phalarope, are listed as Schedule 1 under the 1981 Wildlife and Countryside Act.
After a major storm, she spotted several non-native Red-necked Phalarope, which only breed in the arctic, and quickly called other area ornithologists to view the rare birds at Atlantic Shores before they moved on.
HERE'S one little creature that goes to some amazing lengths to find a bit of winter sun Experts who fitted a tiny tracker to the rare red-necked phalarope were stunned when they discovered it took a 16,000-mile round trip from its home in the Shetlands to Peru.
Pectoral sandpiper, red phalarope, and dunlin were the most abundant species at their coastal sites (located on the YOCP within the TLSA), whereas the red-necked phalarope, semipalmated sandpiper, and pectoral sandpiper were most abundant inland at Square Lake (51 km south of the TLSA's southern boundary).
The species topping the list of endangered species was the red-necked phalarope, a bird which has just 36 breeding pairs in the far north of Scotland and which has seen numbers reduced by a quarter in a decade.
Top 10 at risk list: 1: Red-necked phalarope 2: Black-tailed godwit 3: Scottish wildcat 4: Capercaillie 5: Cuckoo 6: Red squirrel 7: Turtle dove 8: Natterjack toad 9: Brown hare 10: Hedgehog
Red-necked phalarope Loss of suitable pools for breeding and feeding has caused a decline in numbers.
A red-necked phalarope made an uncommon appearance at Kingsbury Water Park over the Easter break.
The bird spotters were studying the red-necked phalarope at a wildlife sanctuary when the sparrowhawk pounced.
In contrast to the female-care kob, consider a species where only males look after the young, the red-necked phalarope, Phalaropus lobatus.