Like its congeners, the Red Phalarope is nonterritorial, although disputes are common among females seeking access to mates, especially late in the breeding season.
When breeding, it is most common in coastal tundra and is seldom found far inland.
Where they overlap, Red and Red-necked phalaropes sometimes feed in the same macrohabitats, although Red Phalaropes often use wading-depth water, while Red-necked Phalaropes feed in swimming-depth water.
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