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Common Sandpiper are largely seen on autumn migration at Skogsøy, with the majority seen from mid July to end of September. Most are seen on the shorelines rather than on direct migration, although they can be heard passing at night.

It would seem that this species is noted in much larger numbers at Utsira.

The blue line shows number of visits, the orange one the number of visits when Common Sandpiper have been recorded and the green one (numbers on right hand axis) shows the maximum numbers I have recorded in any three day period.

For further details click here Numbers at Stag Rocks, Bamburgh, Northumberland (UK)

Common Sandpiper occurrence at Skogsøy

Maximum: 32 (migrating at night 21.08.1992)


Common Sandpiper
Tjeldstø, June 2006








References
Tveit, B.O., Mobakken, G. og Bryne, O. 2004 Fugler og fuglafolk på Utsira. Utsira Fuglestasjon
Website: Fugler i Hordaland - Skogsøy i Øygarden 





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