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grey plover

  1. Black-bellied Plover

    Black-bellied Plover

    Note the lack of a rear toe (hallux) which helps distinguish this species from similar Golden-Plovers. This is the largest plover found in North America. In Texas, it is most commonly encountered along the coast. It is an adult female or a molting male almost in full breeding plumage. Three...
  2. grey plover

    grey plover

  3. Black-bellied Plover.jpg

    Black-bellied Plover.jpg

    Black-bellied Plover (Pluvialis squatarola cynosurae) also known as Grey Plover.
  4. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

  5. Black-bellied Plover, San Luis Pass 2.jpg

    Black-bellied Plover, San Luis Pass 2.jpg

    Black-bellied Plover (Pluvialis squatarola cynosurae) Also known as Grey Plover.
  6. Black-bellied Plover.jpg

    Black-bellied Plover.jpg

    Black-bellied Plover (Pluvialis squatarola cynosurae) Also known as Grey Plover.
  7. Black-bellied plover

    Black-bellied plover

  8. 93- Pluvialis squatarola Grey Plover-2 juin 2015.jpg

    93- Pluvialis squatarola Grey Plover-2 juin 2015.jpg

    Pluvier argenté - Pluvialis squatarola - Grey Plover
  9. Grey Plover .jpg

    Grey Plover .jpg

    Back home after a couple of days in hospital...Where would we be without the NHS
  10. Curlew and Grey Plover

    Curlew and Grey Plover

  11. Grey Plovers

    Grey Plovers

  12. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

    Have a great weekend y'all...Stay safe.
  13. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

  14. Grey Plovers

    Grey Plovers

  15. grey plover and ruddy turnstones

    grey plover and ruddy turnstones

  16. mixed wader group

    mixed wader group

    10 ruddy turnstones, 4 grey plovers and 3 dunlins
  17. grey plover

    grey plover

  18. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

  19. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

    Have a great weekend y'all...Stay safe.
  20. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

  21. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

  22. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

    Have a great weekend y'all...Stay safe
  23. 6 wader species

    6 wader species

    On the left are two turnstones on the beach, the tattler on the shoreline and two grey plovers and two godwits in the water. On the right behind the three dunlins and the two other turnstones are two great knots and two more godwits.
  24. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

    This one was colour ringed not sure from where but may help someone who does!
  25. Black-bellied Plover

    Black-bellied Plover

    Black-bellied Plover in Wooley Lagoon near Nome, Alaska.
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