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Family: Scolopacidae

Group: Bird, Species

Scientific NameCommon NameSummary
Baird's SandpiperBaird's Sandpiper
Bar-tailed GodwitBar-tailed Godwit
Black TurnstoneBlack Turnstone
Bristle-thighed CurlewBristle-thighed Curlew
Buff-breasted SandpiperBuff-breasted Sandpiper
Curlew SandpiperCurlew SandpiperReported from Gustavus.
Greater YellowlegsGreater Yellowlegs
Hudsonian GodwitHudsonian Godwit
Least SandpiperLeast Sandpiper
Lesser YellowlegsLesser Yellowlegs
Little CurlewLittle Curlew
Long-billed CurlewLong-billed CurlewTwo unsubstantiated sight records at the Stikine River Mouth (May 1992), and Situk River (May 2008). Reported with photos from Juneau, early May 2014.
Long-billed DowitcherLong-billed Dowitcher
Long-toed StintLong-toed StintAccidental in Spring.
Marbled GodwitMarbled Godwit
Pectoral SandpiperPectoral Sandpiper
Red KnotRed Knot
Red PhalaropeRed Phalarope
Red-necked PhalaropeRed-necked Phalarope
Red-necked StintRed-necked StintSight records from Glacier Bay, 23 July 1965 and Juneau, 28 May 2012. Photo documented in Juneau, 8-9 July 2012 and Taylor Bay 15 June 2016.
Rock SandpiperRock Sandpiper
Ruddy TurnstoneRuddy Turnstone
Semipalmated SandpiperSemipalmated Sandpiper
Sharp-tailed SandpiperSharp-tailed SandpiperVery Rare in Spring, Rare in Fall.
Short-billed DowitcherShort-billed Dowitcher
Solitary SandpiperSolitary Sandpiper
Spotted SandpiperSpotted Sandpiper
Stilt SandpiperStilt Sandpiper
Upland SandpiperUpland Sandpiper
Wandering TattlerWandering Tattler
Western SandpiperWestern Sandpiper
White-rumped SandpiperWhite-rumped Sandpiper
Wilson's PhalaropeWilson's Phalarope
Wilson's SnipeWilson's Snipe