[:en]Bird Killdeer[:es]Ave Chorlitejo Tildío o de Dos Collares[:]


The Killdeer’s (Charadrius vociferus) location is from Central Alaska to South America that depends on the breeding season. Some northern populations are migratory, in winter they prefer to live in coastal wetlands, beach habitats, coastal fields, savannas, pastures and plowed fields. The size is 25 cm (10 inches) and the weight 95g.

Its upperparts are mostly brown with rufous fringes, the head has patches of white and black, and there are two black breast bands on the breast. The belly and the rest of the breast is white. The killdeer primarily feeds on insects, other invertebrates and seeds.

Common Name: Killdeer
Scientific Name: Charadrius vociferus
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