The common redshank (Tringa totanus) is widespread breeding bird across temperate Eurasia in the large family Scolopacidae which has longer bill and legs; it is almost entirely black in breeding plumage and very pale in winter.
Length : 27–29 cm
Weight : 85–155 g
Population : The overall population trend is uncertain, as some populations are decreasing, while others are stable, increasing or have unknown trends.
Habitat: quite plentiful in some regions as coastal and inland wetlands
Diet: Like most waders, they feed on small invertebrates.