Watch your step! Feathery ruse earns hard-to-spot eggs a spot of protection
Conservationists come to the rescue of camouflaged plover eggs in the sand of a busy south coast beach
A little reminder on a beach on the south coast will hopefully save two little creatures from big feet or excited little paws.
A pair of white-fronted plovers did what is natural to them and laid their tiny eggs in a slight indentation in the sand last week.
Trouble is, the small shorebirds chose a busy piece of shore called Shirley’s Point between Ramsgate and Southbroom, on the popular Ramsgate Ramble trail. ..