Charadriidae are a family of birds called lapwings, plovers and plovers. This family is made up of 11 gender and 69 extant species.

  • Vanneau huppé - Northern Lapwing

    Northern Lapwing

    Northern Lapwing is a species of medium-sized wading birds, often living in flocks, common in Europe. It has a characteristic long, tapered black crest, while the back and tail plumage are green, although it appears black from a distance.

  • Pluvier petit Gravelot - Little Ringed Plover

    Little Ringed Plover

    The Little Ringed Plover is a species of aquatic bird from the shorebird group belonging to the Charadriidae family. It is a very widespread species in continental Europe and Asia.