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Thread: Shorebirds

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    Shorebirds are some of the most beautiful and easiest groups of birds to add to any birdwatching list.

    The lack of a traditional shorebird hunting season means they have evolved to have little fear of humans, and they are more than happy to share the shoreline with them.

    Shorebird watching can be fun if we remember to reciprocate and share the shoreline with the birds.

    Letting pet dogs run wild to chase the birds can be dangerous because they could be chasing a threatened or endangered species that uses the shoreline as a nesting area.

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    Shorebirds form one of the most interesting, important, and spectacular groups of birds in Canada. They comprise a diverse group of species, including the plovers, oystercatchers, avocets, stilts, turnstones, sandpipers, yellowlegs, snipes, godwits, curlews, and phalaropes.
    To the uninitiated, many species of shorebirds.
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