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BELARUS-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS15J1J
May 07, 2017
A wood sandpiper walks on the banks of the Pripyat river, near the town of Turov, Belarus May 7, 2017....
Turov, Belarus
A wood sandpiper walks on the banks of the Pripyat river, near the town of Turov
A wood sandpiper walks on the banks of the Pripyat river, near the town of Turov, Belarus May 7, 2017. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
BELARUS-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS15J1I
May 07, 2017
A wood sandpiper bathes on the banks of the Pripyat river, near the town of Turov, Belarus May 7, 2017....
Turov, Belarus
A wood sandpiper bathes on the banks of the Pripyat river, near the town of Turov
A wood sandpiper bathes on the banks of the Pripyat river, near the town of Turov, Belarus May 7, 2017. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BELARUS/
RTR2DGCK
May 04, 2010
An ornithologist approaches a trap with a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the town...
Turov, Belarus
An ornithologist approaches a trap with a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the town...
An ornithologist approaches a trap with a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the town of Turov, some 270 km (167 miles) south of Minsk, May 4, 2010. Researchers from the Belarussian Academy of Sciences ring birds at the floodplain of the southern river to monitor their routes from the south to the north-east every spring. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
BELARUS/
RTR2DG7E
May 04, 2010
A wood sandpiper stands in a trap before it is ringed by an ornithologist at the bank of the Pripiat...
Turov, Belarus
A wood sandpiper stands in a trap before it is ringed by an ornithologist at the bank of the Pripiat...
A wood sandpiper stands in a trap before it is ringed by an ornithologist at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the town of Turov, some 270 km (167 miles) south of Minsk, May 4, 2010. Researchers from the Belarussian Academy of Sciences ring birds at the floodplain of the southern river to monitor their migratory routes from South to North-East every spring. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
BELARUS/
RTR2DG74
May 04, 2010
An ornithologist rings a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the town of Turov, some...
Turov, Belarus
An ornithologist rings a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the town of Turov
An ornithologist rings a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the town of Turov, some 270 km (167 miles) south of Minsk, May 4, 2010. Researchers from the Belarussian Academy of Sciences ring birds at the floodplain of the southern river to monitor their migratory routes from South to North-East every spring. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
BELARUS/
RTR2DG6Z
May 04, 2010
Belarussian ornithologist Natalia Karlionova rings a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river,...
Turov, Belarus
Belarussian ornithologist Karlionova rings a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the...
Belarussian ornithologist Natalia Karlionova rings a wood sandpiper at the bank of the Pripiat river, near the town of Turov, some 270 km (167 miles) south of Minsk, May 4, 2010. Researchers from the Belarussian Academy of Sciences ring birds at the floodplain of the southern river to monitor their migratory routes from South to North-East every spring. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ENVIORNMENT HORSESHOE CRAB/
RTX68L2
May 28, 2008
Sandpipers walk behind an Atlantic horseshoe as it comes ahore to spawn and lay eggs on Pickering beach,...
Little Creek, UNITED STATES
Sandpipers walk near Atlantic Horseshoe crab coming ashore to spawn and lay eggs on Pickering beach in...
Sandpipers walk behind an Atlantic horseshoe as it comes ahore to spawn and lay eggs on Pickering beach, a national horseshoe crab sanctuary in Little Creek, Delaware in this picture taken May 20, 2008. The Atlantic horseshoe crab, part of the Atlantic coast ecosystem and a species more than 350million years old, return from deeper water each May and June to spawn and lay their eggs on these beaches at the new and full moon tides. The eggs provide essential food for as many as one million migrating shore birds that stop here to feed on the horseshoe crab eggs as their primay food source on their northward migration. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
ENVIRONMENT-USA/CRAB
RTX6858
May 27, 2008
Sandpipers walk behind an Atlantic horseshoe as it comes ahore to spawn and lay eggs on Pickering beach,...
Little Creek, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-USA/CRAB
Sandpipers walk behind an Atlantic horseshoe as it comes ahore to spawn and lay eggs on Pickering beach, a national horseshoe crab sanctuary in Little Creek, Delaware in this picture taken May 20, 2008. The Atlantic horseshoe crab, part of the Atlantic coast ecosystem and a species more than 350million years old, return from deeper water each May and June to spawn and lay their eggs on these beaches at the new and full moon tides. The eggs provide essential food for as many as one million migrating shore birds that stop here to feed on the horseshoe crab eggs as their primay food source on their northward migration. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-USA/CRAB REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
ENVIORNMENT-NEWYORK/
RTR1SHPM
August 03, 2007
A Wood Sandpiper (bottom R) looks for food in a tidal pool as a group of Canada Geese stand on the shore...
Brooklyn, UNITED STATES
Wood Sandpiper and Canada Geese in Jamaica Bay at Gateway National Park in Brooklyn New York where study...
A Wood Sandpiper (bottom R) looks for food in a tidal pool as a group of Canada Geese stand on the shore behind in Jamaica Bay along the Eastern shore of the Gateway National Recreation Area National Park in the Brooklyn Section of New York City, August 3, 2007. A new study shows that New York's wildlife-rich saltwater marsh islands within Jamaica Bay, a sensitive tidal bird and fish habitat near JFK International Airport, are disappearing faster than had been known due to rapid degradation that may be caused by dumping of treated sewage and a cutting off of sediments that feed the marshes. Some 20 percent of America's sensitive migratory bird species stop in Jamaica Bay's marshes. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
ENVIORNMENT-NEWYORK/
RTR1SHPK
August 03, 2007
A Wood Sandpiper looks for food in a tidal pool in Jamaica Bay along the Eastern shore of the Gateway...
Brooklyn, UNITED STATES
Wood Sandpiper in Jamaica Bay at Gateway National Park in Brooklyn New York where study shows wildlife-rich...
A Wood Sandpiper looks for food in a tidal pool in Jamaica Bay along the Eastern shore of the Gateway National Recreation Area National Park in the Brooklyn Section of New York City, August 3, 2007. A new study shows that New York's wildlife-rich saltwater marsh islands within Jamaica Bay, a sensitive tidal bird and fish habitat near JFK International Airport, are disappearing faster than had been known due to rapid degradation that may be caused by dumping of treated sewage and a cutting off of sediments that feed the marshes. Some 20 percent of America's sensitive migratory bird species stop in Jamaica Bay's marshes. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
HONG KONG
RTXKOE6
July 30, 2001
Wood Sandpipers, one of the migratory birds, rest at Long Valley fresh water wetlands at Hong Kong rural's...
New Territories, China
Wood Sandpipers, one of the migratory birds, rest at Long Valley fresh water wetlands at Hong Kong r.....
Wood Sandpipers, one of the migratory birds, rest at Long Valley fresh water wetlands at Hong Kong rural's New Territories neighbouring the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen July 30, 2001. Long Valley, the largest wetlands in the territory, is a key transit point for 210 migratory-bird species, including several that are rare or globally endangered. Hong Kong will announce later in the day to determine whether a proposed seven-billion (US$0.9 billion) rail link traversing the Long Valley wetlands to strength its tie with mainland China will be constructed.
ENVIRONMENT HONGKONG
RTRL7P4
July 30, 2001
Wood Sandpipers, one of the migratory birds, rest at Long Valley fresh
water wetlands at Hong Kong rural's...
New Territories, China - Peoples Republic of
WOOD SANDPIPERS REST AT LONG VALLEY WETLANDS IN HONG KONG.
Wood Sandpipers, one of the migratory birds, rest at Long Valley fresh
water wetlands at Hong Kong rural's New Territories neighbouring the
southern Chinese city of Shenzhen July 30, 2001. A Hong Kong railway
company lost an appeal on Monday to build a line through Long Valley,
the largest remaining fresh water wetland in the crowded territory.

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ENVIRONMENT HONGKONG
RTRL7LH
July 30, 2001
Wood Sandpipers, one of the migratory birds, rest at Long Valley fresh
water wetlands at Hong Kong rural's...
New Territories, China - Peoples Republic of
WOOD SANDPIPERS REST AT LONG VALLEY WETLANDS IN HONG KONG.
Wood Sandpipers, one of the migratory birds, rest at Long Valley fresh
water wetlands at Hong Kong rural's New Territories neighbouring the
southern Chinese city of Shenzhen July 30, 2001. Long Valley, the
largest wetlands in the territory, is a key transit point for 210
migratory-bird species, including several that are rare or globally
endangered. Hong Kong will announce later in the day to determine
whether a proposed seven-billion (US$0.9 billion) rail link traversing
the Long Valley wetlands to strength its tie with mainland China will
be constructed.

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