... Name is cumbersome after split from Eurasian species, sea gull is common colloquial name for species. Giving Fair Isle another First! Therefore, this species is removed from all BOU lists within BUBO Listing. Here up to 30 species of shorebirds can be expected in spring, with good numbers of Black-bellied (or Grey), Snowy, Wilson’s, Piping and Semipalmated Plovers, Hudsonian Whimbrel (split from Eurasian), Short-billed Dowitcher, Red Knot, Sanderling, Dunlin, and Semipalmated, Western, Least, White-rumped and Baird’s Sandpipers. What is know as an arm chair tick as the work or sighting was done awhile ago but now counts and is … The closely related Little and Eskimo Curlews were once considered to be conspecific. (I saw the Cornwall bird too ). Just a note that the images were taken with the 500mm lens with both 1.4 and 2x converters so image quality is not the best to put it mildly. This time is at 3 hrs drive from my home town to a beach at Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo, Oct 2020. 242 so far this year, including Hudsonian Whimbrel (after the BOU/IOC split!) It will piss off birder snobs. It was to my great interest when the BOU officially declared they will be adopting the IOC world list as their official guidelines for the British Bird List meaning we will lose Lesser Redpoll/Mealy Redpoll as two species as well as Hudsonian Whimbrel/Eurasian Whimbrel. Winipakw is Cree word for Hudson Bay. Hudsonian Whimbrel and Eastern Black Eared Wheatear. Normally you will know which species you are looking at on the basis of where you find it. This is the very opposite of a split, a lump. Siberian Stonechat following DNA confirmation of the Hollesley individual. Turns out that my only other Black Eared Wheatear, the 1993 Sitffkey bird was a Western, so I am now hoping for a split at some time in the future. Hudsonian Godwit to Muskeg Godwit. Heermaan’s Gull to Smoky Gull. Hudsonian Whimbrel following re-split. Of most relevance to birders, the report adds three additional species to the British List: Hudsonian Whimbrel Numenius hudsonicus (split from Eurasian Whimbrel N. phaeopus), Cabot's Tern Sterna acuflavida (split from Sandwich Tern S. sandvicensis) and Siberian Stonechat Saxicola maura (split from European Stonechat S. rubicola). The Hudsonian whimbrel (Numenius hudsonicus) is a wader in the large family Scolopacidae.It is one of the most widespread of the curlews, breeding across much of subarctic North America. There is a proposal to split the American whimbrels as Hudsonian Whimbrel N. hudsonicus, from Eurasian Whimbrel N. phaeopus (Sangster et al 2011). The ninth occurrence of Hudsonian Whimbrel in the UK was discovered by local birder George Kinnard at Church Norton, located at the south-east corner of Pagham Harbour LNR in West Sussex, on Tuesday 9th June 2015. Hudsonian Whimbrel is no longer considered to be a separate species and is now treated as a subspecies of Whimbrel Numenius phaeopus hudsonicus. Details of the find can be viewed at Rob's Birding Blog.This transatlantic vagrant has only recently been split from Whimbrel & is the first twitchable bird since the split. Whimbrel, Numenius phaeopus, was also split along hemispheric lines, with the white-rumped Old World group officially becoming Eurasian Whimbrel and retaining the scientific name, and our dark-rumped North American birds regaining the storied name, Hudsonian Whimbrel, Numenius hudsonicus. The Eurasian whimbrel (Numenius phaeopus) is a wader in the large family Scolopacidae. Though I am not confirm if it is Whimbrel. We will devote part of the day to finding this rare and sometimes difficult species which shares its habitat with the more common and very similar Hudsonian Whimbrel (sometimes split from Eurasian).
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