Birds of North Carolina:
their Distribution and Abundance
Little Stint - Calidris minuta
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General Comments This Eurasian shorebird is basically the Old World counterpart of our Least Sandpiper. In North Carolina, the Little Stint is "Accidental", with just a single record: one adult in breeding plumage, photographed at Cape Hatteras point from 22-25 Jul 1989* [Chat 56:35-36 link].
Breeding Status Nonbreeder
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Coastal Plain One record (see above).
Piedmont No records.
Mountains No records.
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Attribution LeGrand[2011-12-01], LeGrand[2011-06-05], LeGrand[2011-03-31]
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