Whimbrel, Wind, and Waves

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Whimbrel, Wind, and Waves

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Whimbrel, Numenius phaeopus. The Whimbrel is one of the most widespread of the Curlews, breeding in the North American subarctic and Eurasia, and wintering on the coasts of six continents. The name Numenius comes from ancient greek ‘Noumenios,’ and appears to be derived from neos, “new,” and mene, “moon,” referring to the crescent-shaped bill.
Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
©Two Loons/Erin Lehnert

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