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pluvialis squatarola

  1. Grey Plover : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    Grey Plover : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    Grey Plover - the Arctic breeders ... Stunningly beautiful ... ... even in their winter plumage ... Winter visitors to India ... largely to coastal areas ... Initially it was considered a monotypic species ... but the Taxonomic review has led to wide acceptace of three subspecies ... ...
  2. grey plovers and dunlins

    grey plovers and dunlins

  3. grey plover

    grey plover

  4. On board

    On board

    A Black-bellied Plover (not so black-bellied in winter, so more recognizable by its other name: Grey Plover) waiting out the tide at the edge of the Bay Trail. By this point, I had passed the city limits from Millbrae into Burlingame.
  5. grey plover

    grey plover

  6. Grey morning

    Grey morning

    After a long day's flight to San Francisco, I caught the hotel shuttle, checked in, and went early to bed. Next morning, I had an early breakfast, left my luggage in the hotel's care for a bit, and walked along the San Francisco Bay Trail back to the airport to pick up my rental car. First bird...
  7. grey plover

    grey plover

  8. Lakescape-854 : Black-bellied Plover : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    Lakescape-854 : Black-bellied Plover : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    1.2K views, 67 likes, 2 loves, 15 comments, 24 shares, Facebook Watch Videos : Show Stoppers ... on the beach ... at high tide ... It was day-break ... Sun sending near-horizontal rays ... ... the was beach covered with broken shells and gravel ... sharp ... almost like fine glaass pieces ...
  9. cryptic plover

    cryptic plover

  10. Grey Plover (Charadrius squatarola)

    Grey Plover (Charadrius squatarola)

    Grey Plover (Charadrius squatarola)
  11. Grey Plovers,Dunlins and Knots

    Grey Plovers,Dunlins and Knots

  12. grey plover

    grey plover

  13. Black-bellied Plover

    Black-bellied Plover

    Black-bellied Plover (Pluvialis squatarola cynosurae)
  14. Black-bellied Plover

    Black-bellied Plover

    Breeding in the high arctic and wintering along the coasts of all continents except Antarctica, this is one of the more cosmopolitan of our shorebirds. They are starting to molt into breeding (alternate) plumage. This male Black-bellied Plover is almost all the way there with just a few winter...
  15. Black-bellied Plover

    Black-bellied Plover

    Seen against the light of a late afternoon sky - or more precisely against the reflections from one.
  16. 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...
  17. Grey Plover.jpg

    Grey Plover.jpg

    Winter plumage Gry Plover
  18. grey plover

    grey plover

  19. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

  20. Black-bellied plover

    Black-bellied plover

  21. Black-bellied plovers in flight

    Black-bellied plovers in flight

  22. Grey Plover

    Grey Plover

  23. 93- Pluvialis squatarola Grey Plover-2 juin 2015.jpg

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

    Pluvier argenté - Pluvialis squatarola - Grey Plover
  24. Curlew and Grey Plover

    Curlew and Grey Plover

  25. Black-bellied Plover

    Black-bellied Plover

    Adults usually migrate first. This is a juvenile showing fresh tertials and more contrasting upperparts than non-breeding adults. In some parts of the world this species is called the "Grey Plover." It was formerly in its own genus, "Squatarola" but was merged into...