Calidris pusilla

Common Names: Semipalmated sandpiper
Category: Birds
Sub-category: Sandpipers & Allies

A very small shorebird. Adults have black legs and a short stout straight dark bill. The body is dark gray-brown on top and white underneath. The head and neck are tinged light gray-brown.

They can be found foraging along mudflats along the shoreline.

Edible Notes: No available information on edibility.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.