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Related to spotted sandpiper: greater yellowlegs
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SPSASingle Plan for Student Achievement (California)
SPSAChurch of St, Paul and St. Andrew (New York)
SPSASouthern Political Science Association (Statesboro, GA)
SPSAScottish Police Services Authority
SPSASoutheastern Public Service Authority (Chesapeake, VA)
SPSASpotted Sandpiper (bird species Actitis macularia)
SPSASouth Pine Sports Association (Australia)
SPSASunderland Pharmaceutical Students' Association (UK)
SPSASimultaneous Perturbation Stochastic Approximation
SPSASt. Paul School of Aparri (Aparri, Philippines)
SPSASchool Psychology Student Association (various schools)
SPSASt. Petersburg Sailing Association (Florida)
SPSASevenoaks Primary School Association (UK)
SPSASpanish Peaks Staff Association (Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch)
SPSASafe Performance Self Assessment (various organizations)
SPSASandy Pond Sportsmans Association (Sandy Creek, NY)
SPSASouth Plains Surgical Associates (Lubbock, TX)
SPSASpecial Projects School for Air (US Navy)
SPSASienna Plantation Softball Association (Texas)
SPSAShy Past Students Association (India)
SPSASnorby Preconfigured Security Application (software)
SPSASoutheastern Portable Sanitation Association (trade organization)
SPSASpecial Project Support Activity
SPSASoutheast Pacific Swordfish Arrangement
SPSASuriname Practical Shooting Association
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This study, along with new reports in the TBBAP and other recent literature, presents significant expansions for the breeding ranges of Snowy Plover, Spotted Sandpiper, and Interior Least Tern in Texas.
-- Knowledge of the breeding distributions of Snowy Plovers (Charadrius alexandrinus), Spotted Sandpipers (Actitis macularia), and Interior Least Terns (Sterna antillarum athalassos) in Texas is limited to outdated publications and a lack of recent field surveys.
Since Spotted Sandpipers are habitat generalists (Oring et al.
One pair of adult Spotted Sandpipers were observed with four young.
The spotted sandpiper did occasionally take to the air when passers-by came close.
This bird was well off course because spotted sandpipers spend the winters in the southern United States and South America.
Two breeding shorebird species were recorded in the study area outside of the current survey window--a spotted sandpiper nested in 1990 (J.
Deer mice, red foxes and spotted sandpipers are but a few of the other species where the man of the nest/pond/hollow is top-notch, said Hartmann, who works as a hydrologist with the University of Arizona and the National Weather Service.