Oystercatchers

 

IMG_8654An adult American Oystercatcher (Haematopus palliatus) sticks out of the landscape like a sore bill.
Haematopus palliatusSand-colored young American Oystercatchers, however, are not so easy to see or photograph. Haematopus palliatusBut they, or their parents, or all of them combined, sure do make a lot of noise.

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