(Calidris virgata)  
       Recorded by Davyd Betchkal on 2017-10-14
United States, Fang Mountain
Comments: call, song.   Male mating display call and rapidly-repeated-call.     Habitat was a sparsely vegetated rock glacier on the western slope of Fang Mountain. Area was primarily coarse talus with persistent snowfields. Flowing past the area are two powerful, highly-aerated alpine cascades which drain the higher reaches of the mountain.       Citation: Davyd Betchkal, XC243979. Accessible at

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