Wood Sandpiper at Keoladeo National Park, Rajasthan, India

Wood Sandpiper at Keoladeo National Park is a thrush-sized, tail-bobbing wader with a short fine bill, white belly, a brown back with pale spotting and pale yellowish legs.

Wood Sandpiper forage by probing wet mud or shallow water predominantly preying on insects. They either builds nests on the ground or may use an abandoned old nest are found to lay four pale green eggs usually between March and May.

Wood Sandpiper young or adults are known to potentially cross distances of 2000–4000+ km in one non-stop flight. 

Keoladeo National Park near Agra, located in Rajasthan, India is a Natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. How to reach Keoladeo National Park?

Tag : Travel Rajasthan | Content: | Image: J M Garg | Update: 14-Mar-2021