1. Mom says:
    The grey plover (Pluvialis squatarola), known as the black-bellied plover in North America, is a medium-sized plover breeding in Arctic regions. It is a long-distance migrant, with a nearly worldwide coastal distribution when not breeding. The genus name is Latin and means relating to rain, from pluvia, "rain".
  2. Vijin says:
    Jan 01,  · Grey Plover: Pluvialis squatarola east and west coast arises from the presence of diverse microhabitats and extensive surveys carried out in the past by various ornithologists and amateurs in the coastal wetlands. Among the species recorded, 90 were transcontinental migrants, which showed the high influx of migratory birds during the Cited by: 2.
  3. Dougis says:
    Material and methods. The examined birds, either beached or found at the bottom of a lighthouse, were collected by different environmental organisations and state institutions of Schleswig-Holstein and Lower Saxony along the German North Sea coast (east of 7° and south of 55°) from to (Figure (Figure1). 1).A total of 48 individuals from 11 marine bird species were necropsied Cited by: 5.
  4. Akizshura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Flexi-disc release of Guide To Bird Sounds on Discogs/5(23).
  5. Shakasida says:
    American Golden Plover in winter plumage has dull grey-brown crown and upperparts, with more or less edged golden, yellow or whitish feathers. Underparts are whitish, with greyer and spotted brownish breast and flanks. Belly is paler with indistinct pale brown spots. Undertail coverts are white. Underwing is grey-brown.
  6. Brami says:
    A large striking shorebird measuring 18 ½ inches in length. It is easily recognized by its black head and neck, dark brown back and wings, white underparts, and long heavy-set bill, which is bright reddish orange. Birds in flight reveal conspicuous white wing stripes and tail patch.
  7. Yogor says:
    Breeding males are a dazzling mix of black and white: checkered upperwings, a black face and belly, a white crown, nape, and undertail, and dark legs and bill. Adult females in breeding plumage are similar but with less contrast. Nonbreeding adults are pale gray above and grayish or whitish below. Juveniles are but more scaly-looking on the back.
  8. Vibei says:
    I felt that I needed to start the journey with the birds in Australia and, looking around, I discovered the work on birds, including the grey plover, being undertaken by Victorian and South.
  9. Akinoshicage says:
    After checking sight records on various online bird. The waders included Grey Plover Pluvialis squatarola, Birds of the West Coast. Newsletter for. Birdwatchers 34(1).

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