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American Oystercatcher (*)
American Woodcock (*)
Piping Plover (*)
Red Phalarope (p)
Spotted Sandpiper (*)
Upland Sandpiper (*)
Winter (Win) December to February Spring (Spr) March to May Summer (Sur) June to mid-July Early Fall (EFa) mide-July to mid-September Late Fall (LFa) mid-September to November
Abundance and Status
c common - easily seen; more than 12 individuals per day in season in habitat f fairly common - usually seen; 3-12 individuals per day in season in habitat u uncommon - seen, but in small numbers; 1-3 individuals per day in season in habitat s scarce - seen in habitat, but not daily r rare - seen, but only a few times per season vr very rare - not seen every season i introduced - not native to North America/an alien species p pelagic - Atlantic Ocean off of New York City, not normally or only rarely seen from shore ? nesting unconfirmed * nests within city limits ** formerly nested within city limits
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