On 15 February I posted a poll about voting for the ‘Shorebird of the World Shorebirds Day 2014‘. Birdwatchers from around the world voted 173 times in 10 days. I made a pie chart of the actual standings of the Top 3 species. It’s interesting to see how diverse the taste of shorebird lovers is. As the poll allows users to enter their own answer, the number of species grew to 32 by now.
It is your turn to play now. Guess what three species are in the Top 3. Those who comment here in the blog with the right answer are eligible to win a little secret gift from me. If you can link the species name with the percentage figures, you are eligible to win a something bigger secret gift.
If you post your guess only in the social media posts, you are out of the game. If you have difficulties commenting here, you can eMail me your results with your name. My contact detail is in the About menu (hidden behind the horizontal bars on the left of the blog, or top on mobile). The prize cannot be sent to anonymous commenters.
Here is a little help:
One of them is from Eurasia, the other one is from the Australasian Flyway and the third one occurs in every flyway.