Origin of semipalmated sandpiper
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Mr. Couch adds that this was the first specimen of the Common Sandpiper he had had since he had been in the Islands.Birds of Guernsey (1879)|Cecil Smith
The common sandpiper is about upon the shallows where the streams run swiftly, and the elegant water wagtails abound.
Their appearance is very similar to the Least Sandpiper, but they are slightly larger and the feet are partially webbed.Western Bird Guide|Chester A. (Chester Albert) Reed, Harry F. Harvey, and Rex I. Brasher
Similar in appearance to the Red-backed Sandpiper, but not so reddish above, and the latter has the black patch on the belly.
The nesting habits and eggs are precisely the same as those of the Semipalmated variety.