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Egyptian Plover

Pluvianus aegyptius


The egyptian plover has a black crown, eye mask, back and breast line. The breast and head are otherwise white. The wings and tail are grey; The underparts are orange.


Wetlands close to Niger River in Parc du W.

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Spotted on Dec 24, 2005
Submitted on Apr 8, 2012

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