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The black-bellied plover (Pluvialis squatarola) adult breeding male plumage is unmistakable with the face, throat, breast, and upper belly solid black, bordered by a bright white stripe. The back and wings are grey-brown, variably barred with black, and the lower belly and under tail coverts are white. Known also as the grey plover, it breeds in the high Arctic of North America and Eurasia, and winters primarily on coastlines in temperate and tropical latitudes around both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, including Hawaii and the Galapagos Islands.
See also: Grey plover
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