Close Encounters Of The Avian KindChristina Del Valle
Several dozen birds careen through the salty air as wildlife biologist Steven D. Garber seeks his quarry. A black-and-white killdeer darts to his left near an orange-billed Forster's tern. Then, a graceful white bird catches his attention. "Snowy egret," he says.
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