Voices for Biodiversity – Snowy Plovers and Citizen Science along the Florida Panhandle

For those who bird on the Emerald Coast, Snowy Plovers are a relatively common sight on Okaloosa Island – once you walk away from the more crowded beach access points. Less than seven inches long and lighter than two ounces, they breed in the dunes on the island and forage for prey throughout the wave line. In Florida, they are also a state-designated threatened species. 

For the entire article, click here for Voices for Biodiversity.

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