Friday, April 08, 2011

Friday's Foto

Killdeer are half-hardy shorebirds, that is, most head south in the winter, but a few can still be found in the cold weather, eking out a living on meadows or beaches. These birds are known for their broken wing distraction display if humans or predatory animals get too close to their precocious offspring.

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