Well, all I can say is that we hope the plovers appreciate the effort we put in to celebrate them!
We were after just 4 species that can be found at this time of year; Northern Lapwing, plus Grey, European Golden and Common Ringed Plovers. The Little Ringed Plover and Eurasian Dotterel which both breed in the UK were a long shot. Both are breeding visitors and would probably have travelled south already, added to which the Dotterels are scarce in the autumn. They tend to overfly our part of the world in their haste to get somewhere south of us, which will be warmer and provide better feeding for the months to come. The other ‘British’ plover is the Kentish Plover which formerly bred in small numbers on the South coast but now is a real rarity in the UK despite being named after a British County.Full article
Here are some Wader Quest posters about the British Plovers: