“I’M WITH THE BAND…” PIPING PLOVER TUNA’S GUEST POST – revisited — ROLLING HARBOUR ABACO

“I’M WITH THE BAND…” PIPING PLOVER TUNA’S GUEST POST 1 ABACO PIPING PLOVER WATCH was an amateur ‘citizen science’ conservation program to help investigate the winter season migrations of a tiny shore bird. It started in August 2015 as a winter-season supplement to the serious scientific research carried out annually in the summer breeding […]

“I’M WITH THE BAND…” PIPING PLOVER TUNA’S GUEST POST – revisited — ROLLING HARBOUR ABACO

Spring – an important time for Seabrook shorebirds! — SIB

Migrating Red Knots will be arriving. Piping Plovers will head north to breed. Least Terns, Wilson’s Plovers, and other shorebirds will mate and possibly nest on North Beach. It’s a time to enjoy their splendors, understand their challenges, and be extra careful when on the beach – give them space to rest, feed, and nest, […]

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Join the Seabrook Island Birders Shorebird Stewards Program — SIB

Why? To help birds at risk: Seabrook Island sits at a critical junction for a number of shorebird species! During the spring, birds like Piping Plovers and Red Knots need our beaches to pack on weight in preparation for migration. Birds fitted with transmitters have proven that some Red Knots, as part of their 9.300 […]

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