The Buff-breasted Sandpiper is considered endangered (BirdLife International 2011) and occurs in wet grassland areas and grazed pasturelands near lagoons (Lara-Resende and Leeuwenberg 1987, Lanctot et al.
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BBSA stands for Buff-Breasted Sandpiper (bird species)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Rarities: While there were no stand-out rare birds in North Wales in 2011, many enjoyed the purple heron at Dwyran in March, RSPB Conwy's citrine wagtail in May and buff-breasted sandpiper there in September.
Mr Dempsey added: "we've had the biggest recording of Sabine Gulls seen in Ireland and the biggest recording of Buff-breasted Sandpipers in Ireland.
adult Buff-breasted Sandpiper (Tryngites subruficollis) adults are similar to (and distinguishable from) juvenile Ruff (Philomachus pugnax).
There were 32 Buff-breasted sandpipers seen, with up to eight spotted at Tacumshin in Co Wexford, and five at Carrahane Strand, Co Kerry.
THREE buff-breasted sandpipers - from the remote prairies of Canada - have strayed off course on their journey south and arrived on the Scilly Isles.