Now That’s a Mouthful

When we think about shorebirds feasting on the thousands and thousands of Horseshoe Crab eggs laid on the shore of Delaware Bay each year, certain species come to mind. I’ll bet that few of you think about Boat-tailed Grackles, but here is one that can’t fit another egg into its mouth.




This entry was posted in Shorebirds, Spring 2009.

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