It is an Acrylic key chain of "Medai Plover", a member of the sandpipers and plovers that can be seen in the tidal flats. [About shorebirds] In spring and autumn, sandpipers and plovers (commonly known as shorebirds) migrate between wintering grounds in the south and breeding grounds in the north. In Japan, they stop at tidal flats and paddy fields for nutrition during their migration. In the case of tidal flats, many shorebirds scurry about on the beach looking for food. There are also species that quietly use inland areas such as fallow fields. They look similar from a distance, but if you look closely, their appearance and behavior are unique. At first, it is difficult to identify them, but the force of the "flock" that occasionally flies around looking for food is spectacular. [About molting] In general, they spend summer plumage in breeding grounds and winter plumage in wintering grounds. On the front facing left, the state of Natsuha, On the back facing right, I drew the state of winter plumage. Also, as a feature of Acrylic key chains, the pattern on the back can be seen slightly when the light shines through. In Japan, which is in the middle of migration, there are many individuals in the process of moulting. If you look through the plain winter plumage, you can see the vividness of the summer plumage. (By the way, even if Natsuha is transparent, the back side is not very transparent.) It is a specification that you can enjoy 3 types of patterns with one Acrylic key chain. 【material】 Acrylic ball chain 【specification】 ・Double-sided printing ・ Clear coat processing (The pattern is hard to peel off and is durable.) *Colors may look slightly different depending on the screen.
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- It is an Acrylic key chain of "Medai Plover", a member of the sandpipers and plovers that can be seen in the tidal flats. The table on the left shows the state of Natsuha, On the back facing right, I drew the state of winter feathers.