Amy357 A snowy plover breeds in Ecuador, Peru, Chile, the Southern and Western United States.
Amy357 Its family name is Charadriidae, and its endangered status is near threatened.
Amy357 Snowy plovers have feathers and as they mature their feathers change.
Amy357 Its habitat is the tidal waters along the pacific ocean and grassland, and their life span is about three years.
Amy357 What are the beads on their legs?
Amy357 They are carnivores that eat invertebrates like crustaceans and mollusks, as well as marine worms.
Amy357 Snowy plovers weigh 1.2-2 oz.
Amy357 The length of a fully grown adult Snowy plover is 13.4 inches.
Amy357 Do snowy plovers migrate?
Amy357 Snowy plovers are heavier than a U.S. penny. They are also longer than a teaspoon.
Amy357 Three questions I have and would want to know more about would be the markings on their legs, how they migrate, and their breeding.
Amy357 I would like to do more reseach about the markings on their legs because I find it very interesting and there is a lot of debate about it.