Family Scolopacidae

Actitis - Actitis is a small genus of waders, comprising just two very similar bird species:

Aphriza - The Surfbird is a small stocky wader in the family Scolopacidae.

Arenaria - Arenaria, a Latin word meaning psammophylic , may refer to :

Bartramia - Bartramia may refer to either of two genera:

Calidris - The calidrids or typical waders are a group of Arctic-breeding, strongly migratory wading birds.

Catoptrophorus - The Willet, Tringa semipalmata , is a large shorebird in the sandpiper family.

Coenocorypha - Coenocorypha is a genus of tiny birds, also known as the New Zealand snipes, which are found in the Outlying Islands of New Zealand.

Eurynorhynchus - The most distinctive feature of this species is its spatulate bill.

Gallinago - Capella

Heteroscelus - Heteroscelus

Limicola - This bird's breeding habitat is wet taiga bogs in Arctic northern Europe and Siberia.

Limnodromus - The three dowitchers are medium-sized long-billed wading birds.

Limosa - The godwits are a group of large, long-billed, long-legged and strongly migratory wading birds of the genus Limosa.

Lymnocryptes - Their breeding habitat is marshes, bogs, tundra and wet meadows with short vegetation in northern Europe and northern Russia.

Numenius - Numenius can refer to:

Phalaropus - Steganopus

Philomachus - The Ruff is a long-necked, pot-bellied bird.

Prosobonia - Aechmorhynchus Coues, 1874

Scolopax - Woodcocks have stocky bodies, cryptic brown and blackish plumage and long slender bills.

Steganopus - The Wilson's Phalarope, Phalaropus tricolor, is a small wader.

Tringa - Catatrophorus Jardine, 1849 Catoptophorus Des Murs, 1854 Catoptrophonus Gray, 1871 Catoptrophorus Bonaparte, 1827 Catorthrophorus Brehm, 1855 Catroptophorus Giebel, 1877 Helodromas Heteroscelus Baird, 1858 Pseudototanus Rhyacophilus Kaup, 1829 Rhyacophorus Bonaparte, 1842 Rhyacophylus Lillo, 1905 Rhynchophilus Bonaparte, 1856 Rhyncophilus Des Murs, 1854 Rhyocophilus Bonaparte, 1854 Totanus Bechstein, 1803 Trynga Möhring, 1758

Xenus - The Terek Sandpiper is a small migratory Palearctic wader species, the only member of the genus Xenus.

Order : Charadriiformes
Family : Scolopacidae