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Hummingbirds lay eggs that look like Tic Tacs, owls lay nigh-perfect spheres, and sandpipers lay almost conical eggs that end in a rounded point.
A sandpiper’s egg is shaped like a teardrop, an owl’s like a golf ball, and a hummingbird’s like a jelly bean.
Common murres, for instance, are fast, powerful fliers and have asymmetric eggs, as do least sandpipers, which migrate long distances.
The sky is a sheet of blue, a breeze wraps us with clean air, a sandpiper mom shrieks over her hatchlings.
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The ceiling, which would be a credit to a fine hotel, is decorated with sandpipers and blue herons.
But a new study reveals that even a small amount of oil could cause major damage to bird populations like the western sandpiper.
Feeding together in tight flocks for safety, plovers, dowitchers and sandpipers feed skittishly.
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