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A Greater Yellowlegs sandpiper's image is reflected in the Sudbury River, Massachusetts as it forages in the mud. A Greater Yellowlegs (Tringa melanoleuca) sandpiper is about 14" long, at least a few inches greater than the Lesser Yellowlegs ( t. flavipes). Both have long legs, common to wading birds, in their cases, yellow.
- Fall2013©JMacCausland 413_Yellowlegs Reflected.JPG
- © Janet MacCausland
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- Birds: Waterbirds: flamingos, grebes, gulls, tropicbirds, penguins, shorebirds_Aequorlitornithes