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  1. Red Knot Identification, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of ...
    Red Knots are plump, neatly proportioned sandpipers that in summer sport brilliant terracotta-orange underparts and intricate gold, buff, rufous, and black upperparts. This cosmopolitan species occurs on all continents except Antarctica and migrates exceptionally long distances, from High Arctic nesting areas to wintering spots in southern South America, Africa, and Australia.
  2. Red knot - Wikipedia
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  3. Red Knot Calidris Canutus Bird - Free photo on Pixabay
    Conservation. All three subspecies of Red Knot found in North America are in decline. The populations wintering in South America dropped by more than 50% from the mid-1980s to 2003 and the rufa subspecies is listed as federally Threatened in the United States.A 2012 study estimated the total number of all three North American subspecies at about 139,000 breeding birds.
  4. Red Knot Life History, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of ...
    Gallery of red knot pictures submitted by photographers. Bird Photo Gallery. These images have been donated by bird enthusiasts and are displayed here for your enjoyment; they may not be copied or downloaded without the photographer's permission.
  5. Red Knot Photos - Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center
    This chunky shorebird has a rather anonymous look in winter plumage, but is unmistakable in spring, when it wears robin-red on its chest. It nests in the far north, mostly well above the Arctic Circle (the first known nest was discovered during Admiral Peary's expedition to the North Pole in 1909); its winter range includes shorelines around the world, south to Australia and southern South ...
  6. Red Knot | Audubon Field Guide
    12/4/2013 · The largest calidridine sandpiper of North America, and in the genus Calidris exceeded in size only by the Great Knot (C. tenuirostris), the Red Knot is rusty-red in breeding plumage, changing to dull gray dorsally and white ventrally in Basic (winter) plumage, with few distinct markings.This species is a Holarctic breeder, mainly in middle- and high-arctic zones, with 3 subspecies (islandica ...
  7. Red Knot - Introduction | Birds of North America Online
    EDITOR: The Red Knot is a symbol for conservation. The bird's migration stretches from the south of Argentina to the Arctic Circle, and it requires many resting stops. By chance I visited one stop, a protected area in central Argentina, where I was told Canadians had spent $700,000 to build a nature center dedicated to the Red Knot.
  8. Red Knot | BirdPhotos.com
    Red Knot Images. 339 likes · 38 talking about this. Red Knot Images is a gallery of drawings by Peter Tugwell and photos taken by Jessie Tugwell. Cards &...
  9. Red Knot Images - Home | Facebook
    Friends of the Red Knot and the Hudson family were recognized by the DuPont Nature Center for their commitment to making the center a place of distinction. We've been volunteering at the DNC since their opening day in 2007, and we can't think of any other place more deserving of our time and efforts.
  10. Friends of the Red Knot - Home | Facebook
    Bird photography collection with bird images from around the world
  11. VIREO Bird Photos
    Red Knot (Calidris canutus) - Lake Wollumboola, NSW - September 2016. Red Knot (Calidris canutus) - Lake Wollumboola, NSW - December 2017. Powered by SmugMug Log In. Red Knot (Calidris canutus) - Lake Wollumboola, NSW - Oct 2014. knot Red Knot shorebird wader. From Lake Wollumboola 2014.
  12. Red Knot - Australian Bird Photos
    www.BirdPhotos.com Shore Birds Sandpipers and allies Red Knot. Red Knot (Calidris canutus) Near Threatened Breeding Colors Range: NA, EU : n info. Photo by Vic Murayama - Gulf Coast Texas ... Bird Data App text Northern migrant. A large stocky sandpiper. Grey in non-breeding plumage.
  13. Red Knot | BirdPhotos.com
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    Red knot (Calidris canutus ssp. rufa), a candidate species for listing due to a rapid decline in population. The bird is dependent on one food during it’s northward migration: horseshoe crab eggs. Overfishing of the crabs has led a dramatic the decline of both knots and crabs.
  15. red knot bird images - Joel Sartore
    Red Knot Wader -Bécasseau maubèche - This Red Knot looks like it enjoys the cool Delaware Bay Water running over its feet just after dawn. And why not, this bird had just arrive
  16. 7 Best Red knot images in 2017 | Knot, Sea birds, Shorebirds
    Today I saw the most amazing 'bird combo'! On 1 side of feeder, there was an American Goldfinch (according to my fold-out beginner's Guide for birds of Nor-Cal/SFBayArea) & at the same time, on the other side (of same feeder), there was perched a beautiful VERY BRIGHTLY red feathered med size bird // the red feathers covered it's head/chest/back.
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