Home to the highest tides in the world, the Bay of Fundy is a welcome stopover for migrating shorebirds to rest and feed as they journey north in the spring and south in the fall. This photo shows a Semipalmated Plover on a Bay of Fundy tidal flat on a sunny late summer day. These sweet little Plovers are a joy to watch with their run-and-stop feeding behavior as they comb the mud flats and shorelines for food.
|Photo Location:||About 40 miles west of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada|
|Copyright:||© Nancy Hamilton|