Range. - An Asiatic species, quite abundant in Alaska in the summer; supposed to migrate south in winter, wholly on the Asiatic side of the Pacific.

A similar bird, in appearance, to the following, but slightly smaller and with the breast more ruddy. Its nesting habits probably do not differ from those of the following Sandpiper.

Sharp tailed Sandpiper. Pectoral Sandpiper.

Sharp-tailed Sandpiper. Pectoral Sandpiper.