White-Crowned Lapwing

The white-crowned lapwing (Vanellus albiceps) is also known as the white-crowned plover. These birds are monogamous and are often seen in pairs. They forage near water for insects, beetles, crabs, small fish and frogs and their nests consist of a shallow scrape in the sand in which they lay their eggs. They are endemic to the Afrotropics.

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White-Crowned Lapwing

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