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Ringed, Little Ringed and Kentish Plovers photo ID guide


Soukous

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Ringed, Little Ringed and Kentish Plovers photo ID guide

 

Three small shorebirds form a confusing group which shares the same habitats. With similar markings of brown and white in winter and immaturity, and black breast-bands while breeding, they can often match each other at any age and season, and are frequently silent, even when flushed – they can pose a year-round conundrum.

 

https://www.birdguides.com/articles/ringed-little-ringed-and-kentish-plovers-photo-id-guide/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter070421&eid=905350&_ccCt=izFiTXxH4Yct6wKC0upIyHP_UYCfVb4BGPDOAw6JVzYD0e34YSLXDd~gqpRqXqVn

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Dave Williams

No such dilemma for me as far as Kentish Plover goes....I have never seen one in the UK!  Seems a misnomer as I see them everywhere but!

Comparison to Sand Plover is a tough one though when in non breeding plumage.

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