Long-toed Stint

Calidris subminuta

Records of this species are evenly split between spring and fall migrations, though most recent records have come during the fall as opposed to the spring. The most productive period of the spring is from May 20th-June 5th, while during the fall records are scattered across the month of August with a majority of records during the second half of the month. The only summer records pertain to one lingering individual in late June and two early southbound individuals in late July and early August.

Photo by Scott Schuette
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