We’re away, home again in September

We’re away, home again in September

Gerald McCormack, Natural Heritage Trust
First published (14 April 2021), short version CI News (14 April 2021)


Plover in breeding plumage ready for April departure.

The Pacific Golden Plover, or Tōrea, is our most common Alaskan migrant. It is conspicuous on larger grassy areas during the summer and most are now in their dramatic breeding plumage and ready to depart. Continue reading →

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