|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|9.25" 23.5cm||17" 43.2cm||2oz 56.7g||Scolopacidae||Phalaropus tricolor|
The Wilson's Phalarope is an attractive bird which is becoming more common in southeastern Canada. Like all the other types of phalaropes, the females have a more colourful plumage than the male's plumage. These phalaropes have the largest range of all the other phalaropes seen in North America. It has been seen throughout the Caribbean islands and is a migrant in Cuba.