Spotted Sandpipers

Photos by Donna

The Spotted Sandpiper is the most widespread breeding sandpiper in North America.  They migrate to the entire lower portion across the United States for the winter.

Spotted Sandpipers visit daily right in front of our camp site on the boat docks along the Barron River at dawn and dusk.

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Spotted Sandpiper

The Spotted Sandpipers presently lack their bold spots that appear during breeding season.

Spotted Sandpipers

These medium-sized shorebirds will soon be migrating back north.  Until then, I’ll continue to enjoy watching them, scurrying along, bobbing those tails!

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