Translation for 'common redshank' from English to Norwegian
NOUN   a common redshank | common redshanks
rødstilk {m} [Tringa totanus]
(common) redshank
Partial Matches
sotsnipe {m/f} [Tringa erythropus]
spotted redshank
vanlig {adj}common
allmenn {adj}common
alminnelig {adj}common
felles {adj}common
nordpadde {m/f} [Bufo bufo]
common toad
gransanger {m} [Phylloscopus collybita]
(common) chiffchaff
tornsanger {m} [Curruca communis, syn.: Sylvia communis]
(common) whitethroat
sørnattergal {m} [Luscinia megarhynchos]
(common) nightingale
trane {m/f} [Grus grus]
common crane
musvåk {m} [Buteo buteo]
common buzzard
svartand {m/f} [Melanitta nigra]
common scoter
krikkand {m/f} [Anas crecca]
common teal
bokfink {m} [Fringilla coelebs]
(common) chaffinch
enkeltbekkasin {m} [Gallinago gallinago]
common snipe
makrellterne {m/f} [Sterna hirundo]
common tern
tårnseiler {m} [Apus apus]
common swift
gråsisik {m} [Acanthis flammea, syn.: Carduelis flammea]
(common) redpoll
tornirisk {m} [Linaria cannabina, syn.: Carduelis cannabina]
(common) linnet
rødtoppfuglekonge {m} [Regulus ignicapillus, syn.: R. ignicapilla]
(common) firecrest
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Usage Examples English
  • The common redshank or simply redshank ("Tringa totanus") is a Eurasian wader in the large family Scolopacidae.
  • In summer, waders such as common redshank, Eurasian curlew and northern lapwing breed.
  • Species which can be regularly observed here include pied avocet, common redshank and Eurasian curlew.
  • The park is home to many species of birds, with common redshank and northern lapwing breeding in the area.
  • Some of the birds found are common redshank, common greenshank, brahminy kite, white-breasted waterhen and marsh sandpiper.

  • The local birdlife include Eurasian curlew, common redshank and sanderling regularly foraging in the lower Fishguard Harbour and European stonechat, great cormorant and northern fulmar can be seen from the coastal path.
  • The wet grasslands hold internationally important numbers of Eurasian wigeon, nationally important numbers of European white-fronted goose, and Britain's largest flock of bean goose, as well as northern lapwing, common redshank and common snipe.
  • Tattlers resemble a common redshank ("T. totanus") in shape and size, but not in color.
  • Species to be seen include pintail, red knot and common redshank with wintering waterfowl including common shelduck, red-breasted mergansers, Eurasian oystercatchers, ringed plover, dunlin and Eurasian curlew.
  • More than 240 bird species have been noted, including the common redshank, the yellow wagtail, the tufted duck and the rare smew.

  • There is a diverse breeding bird community including lapwing, snipe and common redshank.
  • She collected the first Scottish autumn specimens of the yellow-browed warbler and was the first ornithologist to demonstrate that the Icelandic race of the common redshank ("Tringa totanus robusta") visits Britain.
  • The RSPB's targets include attracting bearded reedling, northern lapwing, common redshank and common snipe to breed, or to do so in greater numbers.
  • In the North Pennines are: 40% of the UK's upland hay meadows; 30% of England's upland heathland and 27% of its blanket bog; 80% of England's black grouse (and also breeding short-eared owl, ring ouzel, common snipe and common redshank); 36% of the AONB designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest; red squirrels, otters and rare arctic alpine plants; 22,000 pairs of breeding waders and one of England's biggest waterfalls – High Force.
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