|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|10.5" 26.7cm||26" 66cm||5oz 141.8g||Charadriidae||Pluvialis dominica|
Distribution: The American Golden-Plover is a long distance migrant, flying to and from the far north in North America to Argentina each year. The golden-plovers are seen throughout the globe including the European Golden-Plover and the Pacific Golden-Plover of Asia. The American Golden-Plover is seen from Baffin Island and far into the arctic circle, as well as throughout Alaska, east through the Yukon and the Northwest and Nunavut Territories to Hudson Bay. It is seen as a migrant in Cuba.