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Red-necked Phalarope

A rare breeding species in Scotland and a much, much rarer visitor to Dorset on migration.

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Hellyhorro

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Common Name Red-necked Phalarope
Scientific Name Phalaropus lobatus
Species Group Birds Other Waders
Status Very rare
Interest Level
5
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A bird like a grey phalarope but with a longer neck and a longer pointed bill 

Identification Notes

 

  • This is a rare species and statistically you are unlikely to see it but if you do ...

  • Try and get a second opinion if you can and/or try to get the best photograph you can

  • Be sure to report the sighting to the Dorset Bird Club saying where you saw it and why you think it was this species

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Birds Other Waders