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Bar-tailed Godwit ( Limosa lapponica )
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Of the size of a Collared Dove. it distinguishes himself from the Black-tailed Godwit by its slightly tucked up beak, its shorter paws, the lower size, and especially the finely blocked tail of white and black. The Bar-tailed Godwit has no bar alaire white visible in flight of the Black-tailed Godwit. Bar-tailed Godwit Certain Bar-tailed Godwits are little timorous and let the man approach them in 5 or 10m. But the more they are numerous, the more the troop takes off quickly when the intruder intervenes. Bar-tailed Godwits migrate along coasts, day and night. The first migrants arrive on the German coasts in mid-August.
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Habitat  :It nests in the big peat bogs and the swampy places of the zones of moors and birches, sometimes also on the big swamps of the north limit of the conifer.
Food  :Mainly worms vase
Size  :13.002 inch (33-42 cm) Weight  : 280-450 g Wing span : 24.034 inch (61-68 cm)
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