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Text and photos by Nick Baker, unless otherwise credited.
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Waders
   
   

Fig 1 : Common Redshank


Fig 2 : Greenshank


Fig 3 : Marsh Sandpiper


Fig 4 : Whimbrel


Fig 5 : Common Sandpiper


Fig 6 : Mixed flock of waders


Fig 7 : Grey-tailed Tattler
 

Fig 8 : Wood Sandpiper
  

Fig 9 : Terek Sandpiper
  

 

Fig 1 :
Common Redshank
Tringa totanus
Location :
Sungei Buloh, Singapore
Habitat : Abandoned prawn pond

Fig 2 :
Greenshank
Tringa nebularia
Location :
Sungei Buloh, Singapore
Habitat : Abandoned prawn pond

Fig 3 :
Marsh Sandpiper
Tringa stagnatilis
Location :
Sungei Buloh, Singapore
Habitat : Abandoned prawn pond

Fig 4 :
Whimbrel
Numenius phaeopus
Location :
Sungei Buloh, Singapore
Habitat : Abandoned prawn pond

Fig 5 :
Common Sandpiper
Actitis hypoleucos
Location : Neo Tiew
, Singapore
Habitat : Open country, freshwater canal

Fig 6 :
Mixed flock of waders
Location :
Sungei Buloh, Singapore
Habitat : Abandoned prawn pond

Fig 7 :
Grey-tailed Tattler
Tringa brevipes
Location :
Sungei Buloh, Singapore
Habitat : Abandoned prawn pond

Fig 8 :
Wood Sandpiper
Tringa glareola
Location : Neo Tiew
, Singapore
Habitat : Open country, freshwater canal

Fig 9 :
Terek Sandpiper
Xenus cinereus
Location :
Parit Jawa, Johor, Peninsular Malaysia
Habitat : Estuarine
mudflats
Notes : The mudskipper in the background is the Blue-spotted Mudskipper Boleophthalmus boddarti.