The rotund Ringed Plover (Charadrius hiaticula) is named for its black neckband. It has short legs, a grey-brown back and wings, a white belly and breast. It is similar to the Little Ringed Plover, but is a little larger, has an orange bill and legs, and doesn't have a yellow ring around its eye. This wader breeds on beaches and in sand and gravel pits and former industrial sites. If a potential predator approaches its nest, the Common Ringed Plover will feign a broken wing to lure the intruder away. The ringed plover will also use foot-trembling to stir up food and startle prey into movement. Its breeding habitat is open ground on beaches or flats across northern Eurosiberia and in Arctic north-east Canada. Some birds breed inland, and in western Europe they nest as far south as northern France. Although some ringed plovers are resident in Britain and France, they also migrate to the warmer climate in Africa.