Waders, called shorebirds in North America (where "wader" is used to refer to long-legged wading birds such as storks and herons), are members of the order Charadriiformes, excluding the more marine web-footed seabird groups. The latter are the skuas (Stercorariidae), gulls (Laridae), terns (Sternidae), skimmers (Rynchopidae), and auks (Alcidae). Also, the pratincoles (Glareolidae) and the Crab Plover (Dromadidae), which bear greater resemblance to waders, are closely related to the seabirds.This leaves about 210 species, most of which are associated with wetland or coastal environments.
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  • My Monthly Income Report – November 2014

    … to be a one-on-one coaching experience, and I couldn’t be more excited! That is, until, I learned that we were not going to fish the nearby lake, but rather drive an hour to the South Plattte River, put on some waders and literally stand in the river and fly fish for trout. I definitely geeked out. My guide, a 30 something year old competitive fly…

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