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Uploaded: 05/06/21 6:49 AM GMT
Piping Plovers
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These runners require no expensive shoes but sprint rapidly with the expanding waves. Their expressive cheeping and their diminutive profile require extra care from human neighbors. See also: Piping Plovers Protected on Cape Cod. And Sound of the Plover

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::corngrowth
05/06/21 9:54 AM GMT
Paul, the piping plover (Charadrius melodus melodus and Charadrius melodus circumcinctus.) can't be found in my country. It's well known to bird watchers here however and they have nicknamed it 'dwergplevier'(dwarf plover).
It's an endangered bird species, but their numbers have increased since 1999. It's estimated now at 6,510 individuals.
Good capture again!
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::tigger3
05/06/21 2:19 PM GMT
They are so cute, and you caught a nice clear capture of them. tigs=^..^=
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::Vickid
05/07/21 8:44 AM GMT
There is something about the textures in this scene that have been captured so perfectly, almost can feel this through the screen ... excellent result!
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