The White-rumped Sandpiper is a small shorebird that breeds in the northern tundra of Canada and Alaska. This bird can be difficult to distinguish from other similar tiny shorebirds; these are known collectively as “peeps” or “stints”.

These birds are not often spotted. In the summer, they are rarely seen because they are in such an obscure breeding location. Similarly, in the winter they are rarely seen because they travel too far south for many birdwatchers. Therefore, the majority of sightings occur during the spring or fall in temperate regions and are generally in small numbers around water.

First Sighting of Year

Saturday, August 5, 2017 2€“74 Snow Canning Rd Scarborough ME United States
Thursday, May 24, 2018 Timber Point Rd Biddeford ME United States
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