Solitary Sandpiper

Tringa solitaria

The nine records of this species all follow the same general patterns of other species in this genus (Tringa), with most of the spring records from mid-late May and the fall records in late August and early September. These two periods are the most likely time frames for future records to appear in, with a single mid-summer record of an early southbound adult individual.

Photo by Ryan P. O’Donnell
Solitary Sandpiper (left) with Long-billed Dowitcher by Ryan P. O’Donnell
Photo by Gil Ewing
Photo by Scott Schuette