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echinoderms, worms) and fish (del Hoyo et al. 1992). The species also takes freshwater insects and insect larvae (del Hoyo et al. 1992) as well as plant material such as algae, grasses, and the seeds and fruits of tundra plants (del Hoyo et al. 1992). Breeding site The nest is a natural depression on dry ground positioned in the open, amongst vegetation (del Hoyo et al. willows or dwarf birch) (Flint et al. 1.
It generally avoids wooded tundra (Johnsgard 1978, Snow and Perrins 1998) but Saucony Cohesion 9 Review
is common among willows or dwarf birch in the arctic alpine zone (Scandinavia) (Snow and Perrins 1998). The species also breeds on small rocky islands off mainland Arctic coasts and on larger offshore islands, using promontories, deltas (Snow and Perrins 1998), coastal inlets (Madge and Burn 1988, del Hoyo et al. 1992) and islets in fjords (Greenland) (Snow and Perrins 1998). Non breeding The species winters at sea, generally far offshore (del Hoyo et al. 1992) in waters 10 35 m deep (Scott and Rose 1996), as well as in saline, brackish or fresh estuarine waters (Johnsgard 1978), brackish lagoons (del Hoyo et al. 1992), and inland (very rarely) on large, deep freshwater lakes (del Hoyo et al. 1992). Diet The species showing a preference for marine foods during both the breeding and non breeding seasons (Johnsgard 1978), its diet consisting predominantly of animal matter (Snow and Perrins 1998) such as crustaceans (del Hoyo et al.
nshore and offshore waters (del Hoyo et al. 1992). The species regularly dives to depths of 3 10 m when foraging (maximum depth 50 60 m) (Kear 2005b) and is diurnal Saucony Hurricane 14
(Kear 2005b). Habitat Breeding The species breeds on marshy grass tundra in the high Arctic (Flint et al. 1984, del Hoyo et al. 1992), Saucony No Chill Pack especially where habitat mosaics are formed by hummocks and ridges together with moist depressions (Snow and Perrins 1998), freshwater lakes (del Hoyo et al. Saucony Red White
1992, Kear 2005b), bogs (del Hoyo et al. 1992), slow rivers (Madge and Burn 1988, del Hoyo et al. 1992) or pools of standing water (Snow and Perrins 1998).
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