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|Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularius)|
|Monotypic: Breeds North America; winters to s South America|
|Endemic status||Not endemic|
Adult prebasic molt happens on the winter ground, juveniles molt progressively during migration and continue on the winter ground. By April they replace the last juvenile feathers, the two outer primaries.
By late autumn birds are difficult to age by normal field observation.
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