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The American greater yellowlegs (Tringa melanoleuca) has long yellow legs and a long, thin, dark bill which has a slight upward curve and is longer than the head. Often referred to as a marshpiper for its habit of wading in deeper water than other sandpipers, the greater yellowlegs is significantly larger than the lesser yellowlegs, as well as having a wider wingspan and bulkier build. It occurs in all of the Americas, but breeds in swampy habitats of central Canada and southern Alaska.
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