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Gary McGinnis Jul 11
Most Federal beaches such as Assateague / Chincoteague and Cape Hatteras close off areas when plovers are nesting.
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Zoltan Nemeth 12h
Why study ? The significance of non-model organisms in avian , and
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Laura Tan Sep 18
For ; the fantastic charismatic bird (the Red-capped Plover) where my research journey and interest in all started! Keep an eye out for the in your area!
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Triin Kaasiku May 20
An aberrantly coloured clutch on the same site for the third year in a row, possibly by the same female (?). In previous years the Dunlin nest has not survived, but it looks like the lack of cryptic egg pattern was not a problem for those small Common Ringed !
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Pacificnorthwestkate May 17
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Hooded Plover Sep 15
Tomorrow is !!! Remember to let us know how you appreciate using ! Prize for the best entry! Entries close on Monday 17th 23:59 AEST, so overseas peeps have time! 🙂
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EmmaP Dec 27
We're lucky to see large flocks of beautiful golden plover at Teesmouth in winter. They are usually alongside their relatives, the lapwings.
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Linus Hedh Jul 3
Less than 24 hours in Latnja (Abisko, Sweden) and three activity/light level loggers back! Unfortunately only 4 nests in the area this year so this is the yield....but hey!
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Old Weird Britain 5 Apr 18
feared the cry of the Seven Whistlers, or . The cry was thought to be the voice of drowned comrades warning the living of danger.
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Litsa Pappas 17 May 18
These tiny birds are easy to miss - but they’re causing a big commotion at a popular beach! 🌊 The measures taken to protect this endangered species & why it’s frustrating beach goers.. at 6PM!
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Ventura Office - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 27 Feb 18
Do you see what we see? This kelp might not look like much, but it is teeming with small invertebrates like beach hoppers, roly polies and kelp flies; all of which federally threatened western snowy love for snacking!
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Tara Cornelisse, PhD 6 Feb 18
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Hooded Plover Sep 15
In Australia, we have 7 resident (family Charadriidae): Hooded Plover Red-capped Plover Red-kneed Dotterel Black-fronted Dotterel Inland Dotterel Masked Lapwing Banded Lapwing
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Linus Hedh Jun 17
Four full days up on the mountain. I will let the picture speak for itself. Oh, and 7 tagged common ringed as well!
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IoS Wildlife Trust May 29
Ringed are nesting on . They were last recorded nesting here in 2009! 😍 Let's see if we can help them out a bit & give them the space they need to be successful 😍
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Linus Hedh Jun 21
The trip on the Swedish tundra continues. So far 16 ringed tagged with light level geolocators. And!! One of the caught individuals was a Dutch recovery!
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Alan Crockard Oct 3
this one still in breeding garb, used to be now considered from the high Arctic en route winter sun via .So busy at the tide line tossing pebbles.
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Hardik Pala 28 Jul 16
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Phill Cassey Mar 1
Morning beach walk at Port Hughes with the first year transition camp. Red-capped but no hoodies!
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