Scientific Name: Tringa guttifer
Malay Name: Kedidi Kaki Hijau Berbintik
Chinese Name: 小青脚鹬
Alternative Name(s): Spotted Greenshank
Range: Breeds in Siberia, recorded on passage in southern China, Japan, Korea and winters to Bangladesh and Southeast Asia
Size: 29-32 cm
Identification: Adult resembles Common Greenshank but has thicker, distinctively bi-coloured and slightly upturned bill, faintly streaked crown, nape and sides of breast, plainer upperparts without obvious dark markings on wing-coverts and shorter, yellowish legs. Shows all white uppertail-coverts when in flight and toes do not extend beyond tail-tip.
Habitat: Mudflats and sandflats.
Local Status: Vagrant
Conservation Status: Endangered (BirdLife International 2016)
Migrant bar chart (see more bar charts):
Nordmann's Greenshank Tringa guttifer Average number of individuals by week based on Singapore Bird Database data, Jul 2013 to Jun 2023 (all records)
BirdLife International. (2016). Tringa guttifer. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2016. https://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2016-3.RLTS.T22693225A93391729.en. Accessed on 1 January 2023
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Bird Society of Singapore. (n.d.). Nordmann's Greenshank. Retrieved on December 5, 2023 from https://singaporebirds.com/species/nordmanns-greenshank.