All animals are awesome, but some are just more awesome-er than others. Here are five reasons why shorebirds are the most awesome animals in the world!
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The Oriental Pratincoles are surprising us again with 3 of the 4 birds appearing to be breeding for a second time!
In March the Victorian Wader Studies Group fitted 60 Red-necked Stints and 10 Curlew Sandpipers with geolocators at Yallock Creek on Westernport Bay.
For the past three years, geolocator data has tracked Ruddy Turnstone, flagged WMA, on route back to King Island via Newcastle.
Few birds inspire awe like shorebirds – a group wetland-dwelling bird species that perform the longest feats of migration known to the natural world.