The lapwing is a wading bird, about the size of a pigeon. It feeds at night on invertebrates such as earthworms.

The lapwing breeds on open farmland, preferring to nest in fields that are relatively bare and adjacent to grassland.

Image (c) by Hans Hillewaert used under Creative Commons License BY-SA 3.0.

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