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What are killdeer bird adaptations?

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03/02/2014

The killdeer is a plover, which are normally shorebirds. The killdeer is found inland away from the sea, unlike other plovers. It lays its eggs in a simple depression on open ground, and the eggs are speckled to blend into the surroundings. Both parents incubate the clutch, and will display to distract predators by feigning injury and screeching.