usa Golden plover

To: birdingaus <>
Subject: usa Golden plover
From: <>
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 14:34:48 -0700
Hi All,

Have these photos been posted to any website where they can be viewed by the 
public?  Having read so much about this bird, it would be great to see some 
images too.  Plus there are a lot of cyberbirders with a lot of comparative 
experience with this species pair.  



---- kbrandwood <> wrote: 
> Hi All, after seeing some photos of this bird I agree with Mike Carter this 
> bird has the features of a American Golden Plover.
> Bill and tibia are the correct length,the length of  primaries projecting 
> past tail tip , primaries projecting past tip of tertials and the tertial tip 
> ends well inside the basal half of the tail.
>  In the four photos I have seen the number of tertials and the number of 
> primary tips showing are not clear. Are there any photos showing these 
> features clearly. 


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