9 Western Snowy Plovers introduced to Santa Barbara’s Coal Oil Point Reserve

Monday, September 20, 2021

The Western Snowy Plover is about a six-inch bird that lives in the sands along California’s Central Coast. They’re a white and brown bird that eats bugs along the ocean and nests in the sands. Snowy Plover conservationists said their numbers are threatened due to human activity and rising tides.