|Piping plover on the beach|
Today I visited Allens Pond, first, to set up some programs for the upcoming summer and to go down and see if my piping plovers were nesting again. Yes, for the fifth year in a row, the piping plovers on nesting near the walkway to the beginning of the beach loop.
When I arrived the first thing I noticed were Killdeer running around behind the roped off area and when I took a good look, there were two adults and four chicks. As I watch and photograph them, out of the corner of my eye, I noticed a white object moving. It turned out to be a piping plover.
|Killdeer, looking for its chicks and also the piping plovers|
|Killdeer chick parading down the beach|
|Piping plover looking out for a Killdeer|
|Piping plover nest with three eggs|
|Piping plover coming back to sit on the eggs|
|Piping plover sitting on the eggs|
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