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Known as Chorlo Chileno, it is a fearful bird of people. Migratory within the Chilean territory. In winter, it migrates to the north of the country, even reaching Peru
It is possible to find it in coastal edges, beaches, river drains, marshes and wetlands
It nests on the ground, solitary. The position is 2 to 3 eggs. Pollution of the beaches by the industry is leading to reduced feeding spaces.
Spotted on Dec 6, 2020
Submitted on Dec 15, 2020
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