No collection of photographs of plovers with breastbands would be complete without one of a Killdeer. This photo shows both the bird and its well-camouflaged eggs. The nest may take moment to see, but there’s no mistaking the plover. Its upperparts are dark brown, like Wilson’s Plover and Semipalmated Plover, but Killdeer is a bigger bird, taller and more slender, and instead of a single breastband, it has two. westcoastbirder took the picture in a parking lot in Grasslands National Park, in Saskatchewan.