A mother Piping Plover (Chardrius melodus) sit with her chicks on the beach at  Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, Wells, Maine, USA.
(via: USFWS Northeast Region)

A mother Piping Plover (Chardrius melodus) sit with her chicks on the beach at  Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, Wells, Maine, USA.

(via: USFWS Northeast Region)

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    The US Fish & Wildlife Service lists this species as Endangered and Threatened.
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