Red-necked Stint by Dan Weller © 2017. Used with permission.
Red-necked Stint = Tim Tam by Milly Formby © 2017.
Red-necked Stint, Lake Wendouree, Ballarat VIC by Ed Dunens, 25 February 2017 via Flickr [CC BY 2.0]
Calidris ruficollis summer plumage in Japan by Par Alpsdake [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], de Wikimedia Commons
Red-necked stints, Port Fairy, Victoria by Ed Dunens via Flickr [CC BY 2.0]
Distribution map of breeding & non-breeding grounds of the Red-necked Stint breeding drawn by Milly Formby © 2017.
Flock of Red-necked Stints in flight by Dan Weller © 2017. Used with permission.
Red-necked stint nest with four eggs, Putorana Plateau, North-Central Siberia, July 2010 by Sergey Golubev. Used with permission © 2020.
Presumed male Red-necked stint attending chicks (1 or 2 days old), Kigluaik Mountains, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, 30 June 2012 by Lucas Decicco. Used with permission © 2020.
Content written by Cathy Cavallo & Amellia Formby.
A Shorebird Flying Adventure
Join Milly on her microlight and discover how amazing and awesome migratory shorebirds are!
Milly Formby is a zoologist and illustrator of the children’s book A Shorebird Flying Adventure (CSIRO Publishing). She is currently flying her microlight around Australia for Wing Threads: Flight Around Oz.