Unusual foraging behaviour of a White-fronted Plover Charadrius marginatus

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  • Derek Engelbrecht

Abstract

Although foraging of plovers is usually considered to be a stereotypical /"run-stop-peck" activity (Urban 1986), various other forms of obtaining prey have been recorded. These include probing (Piersma 1996), hawking (Urban 1986) and foot-trembling (Steyn 1966).

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Published

2011-01-31

How to Cite

Engelbrecht, D. (2011). Unusual foraging behaviour of a White-fronted Plover Charadrius marginatus. Biodiversity Observations, 6–8. Retrieved from https://journals.uct.ac.za/index.php/BO/article/view/116

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