At Kaolak River (July 12-18, 1952) red phalaropes were uncommon.
"Birds Found on the Arctic Slope of Northern Alaska" by James W. Bee
Red-necked phalaropes in breeding plumage, at the Hayward Regional Shoreline.
While resting on salty inland lakes and along seashores during its winter migration from the Arctic to the west coast of South America, the red-necked phalarope has been spotted spinning in circles for minutes at a time.
During the summer months, Mono Lake in eastern California is a great place to spot snowy plovers, red-necked phalaropes, and other shorebirds.