|About of the size of the Dunlin. In winter he is almost white down, with the silvery grey back. The summer the back is brown - black, feathers lined with red. It has the forehead and the womb whites all year long. Paws are black brilliant without posterior finger. In flight, it has a white stripe on the wing.
||In migration, it arises on the beaches of sand or little stone, or on the dry ground, in some metres over levels of waters. It is a rather rare migratory bird inside lands, especially from August till October.