Just got a call from Linda Sparling who found the plover again about 2:30 at the original spot on the beach by the dune bridges at Park Point just north of Sky Harbor Airport. It seems to appear and disappear unpredictably but always at or near the same place. This suggests it spends much of the time hidden in the nearby dune grass. Birders are asked however not to walk through this fragile habitat - just wait until it reappears on the beach. -Kim Eckert, Duluth ---- Join or Leave mou-rba: http://lists.umn.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=mou-rba Archives: http://lists.umn.edu/archives/mou-rba.html Only reports of Accidentals, Casuals, Rare-regulars, first state records, out-of-range and out-of-season birds are allowed on mou-rba. To familiarize yourself with the status of each species on the official state checklist of Minnesota's birds, see https://moumn.org/mourc/checklist.php.