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Oystercatchers (female and male)



A couple of Oystercatchers (female and male): almost all types of oystercatchers are monogamous, spending their life together once they mate.


Spotted on a small rocky island in the North Sound of Antigua.

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Stefania Romoff
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Stefania Romoff

Antigua and Barbuda

Spotted on Jan 3, 2015
Submitted on Jan 12, 2015

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