Dennis Dongmin Kim
Busan, South Korea
I’ve been here in Korea for 2 years due to the army/social service in Korea and was lucky enough to be a wildlife technician for a year to work with several ornithologists. One of the works that I did was doing nesting surveys for Kentish Plovers and Little Terns in South Korea. You will find their nests and eggs usually in May and June. Populations of these two species has been decreasing due to anthropogenic disturbances and predators such as raccoons.. Now I have less than 2 weeks left until going back to Minnesota. Just want to share a pic of cute Kentish Plover chicks.