The Lesser Yellowlegs is a medium-sized shorebird. Breeding birds have uniform gray to grayish brown upperparts with pale spotting. They have a dark bill, long slender neck, and distinctive bright, long yellow legs. Their distinctive “tu-tu” call can commonly be heard in boreal habitats during the breeding season.
Weight: 79.5 to 90.9 g (2.8 to 3.2 oz)
Length: 23 to 27 cm (9.1 to 10.6 in)