The sandpipers are special
During my summers conducting wildlife research across the Missouri Coteau of North Dakota, not many creatures moved me more than the upland sandpiper; that "shorebird of the prairie," that delicate avian friend of mine with the somewhat melancholy whistle, a song so gently delivered, such sweetness to hear, so comforting to know.
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