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  1. Killdeer, Juvenile

    Killdeer, Juvenile

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus) juvenile.
  2. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    This was taken at a local lagoon near my house. Hope you enjoy the image.
  3. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus)
  4. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus)
  5. Killdeer (teenager stretching)

    Killdeer (teenager stretching)

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus) teenager practicing to be a yoga instructor.
  6. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus) momma keeping a watchful eye on her chicks. The red paint on the curb is marking a tow away zone, a fire lane.
  7. Killdeer Chick

    Killdeer Chick

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferous) chick.
  8. Killdeer (adult)

    Killdeer (adult)

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus) adult.
  9. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus)
  10. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferous)
  11. Killdeer Chick Exploring

    Killdeer Chick Exploring

    A Killdeer chick explores the area around the ditch that it'll call home until fully grown
  12. Killdeer

    Killdeer

  13. Killdeer

    Killdeer

  14. Killdeer

    Killdeer

  15. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    Foraging along a Puget Sound wave-tossed beach on a windy day.
  16. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    The Killdeer is one of the most widespread and familiar of the North American shorebirds. It breeds across much of the continent, choosing gravel bars when available. But it has become well adapted to nesting on roadsides, golf course edges and even tar & gravel rooftops. They are noisy...
  17. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    Killdeer on the beach
  18. killdeer

    killdeer

  19. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    This is a recently hatched chick showing only a single neck band, a pattern suggesting the related Semipalmated Plover. This downy plumage lasts for less than two weeks after which the immatures more closely resemble adults. The Killdeer is one of the most widespread and familiar of the North...
  20. Killdeer.jpg

    Killdeer.jpg

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus)
  21. Killdeer

    Killdeer

    A few killdeer at the beach today
  22. Killdeer.jpg

    Killdeer.jpg

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus)
  23. Awe!

    Awe!

    Just a Killdeer chick being very cute! :)
  24. Killdeer  175193485_10109010535761130_6142070816059853626_n.jpg

    Killdeer 175193485_10109010535761130_6142070816059853626_n.jpg

    Killdeer
  25. Killdeer.jpg

    Killdeer.jpg

    Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus vociferus)
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