Red-necked Phalarope Phalaropus lobatus

Chiefly a scarce passage migrant in Britain, though a small number breed in the Northern Isles. In Norfolk most records are juveniles in autumn, though more colourful spring adults sometimes appear in late spring or summer.

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Red-necked Phalarope, Holme (Norfolk, UK), 11th September 2010

 

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Red-necked Phalarope (with Redshank and Teal), Kelling (Norfolk, UK), 13th October 2007

 

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Red-necked Phalarope, Kings Lynn (Norfolk, UK), 21st August 2003

 

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Red-necked Phalarope, Kelling (Norfolk, UK), 23rd September 2004

 

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Red-necked Phalaropes, SE Salton Sea (California, USA), 23rd April 2005

 

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Red-necked Phalarope, Old Hall Marshes (Essex, UK), 28th August 2004

 

Red-necked Phalarope, Titchwell (Norfolk, UK), 27th September 2005

 

Red-necked Phalarope, Hickling (Norfolk, UK), 4th June 2009