This wrybill is at its summer breeding grounds in the Mackenzie Basin, feeding at the edge of a stony stream. Its diet during breeding includes aquatic insects and their eggs and larvae, and fish eggs, which it can reach from under stones with its bent bill.
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Photograph by Aalbert Rebergen
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