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First Breeding Record of Wilson's Plover (Charadrius wilsonia) from the Pacific Coast of Colombia
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Wilson's Plover (Charadrius wilsonia) occurs year-round along the Caribbean and Pacific coasts of Colombia. The species frequents a variety of coastal habitats including sandy beaches, tidal flats, and small swamps and wetlands. Its breeding range extends from Virginia south through the West Indies to Surinam, and from Baja California to Peru. Here, we report the first nesting record on the Pacific coast of Colombia.
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Alan Giraldo, Carlos Hernández, Carolina Gómez, Fernando Castillo, Jorge E. Saavedra
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Publisher :  The Wilson Ornithological Society     Type :  Text     Format :  text/html    
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2004-03
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