Literally translated as "Please Help Us Kidnap Plovers," is an organization of elite bird capturing kidnappers which was formed on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, but has since become a global phenomenon. Tasked with saving our beaches from closure due to the occasional presence of an endangered shorebird, the piping plover, PHUK Plovers is reclaiming our beaches to the people, one plover at a time. PHUK Plovers by visiting phukplovers.com.
"Have piping plovers kept you from enjoying the beach? PHUK Plovers... and the problem's solved!
An acronym for "Please Help Us Kidnap." The origins of PHUK date back to 2010 when some Cape Cod locals decided it was dumb as shit that a few fun hating conservationists (terrorists of summer) were causing the beaches to be closed for weeks and months on end due to a few nesting shorebirds that just happen to be endangered. Thus, PHUK Plovers emerged as an obvious solution to unite those who care to PHUK and return some semblance of sanity and reason to the people.
Used in context, i.e. "PHUK PLOVERS" is a call to action for people to stop standing by idly and start kidnapping this small avian species so we can all get on with our summer festivities and lives in general.
A winged avian piece of shit, which due to a its lack of survival skills has naturally selected itself straight onto the endangered species list. By doing so, a variety of extremist animal protection and conservation groups have ensured that anytime one of these fang bearing, disease carrying, good for nothing creatures decides to lay nest and make babies on a beach, that beach gets closed down to people for weeks and months on end, regardless of the beaches popularity. Luckily there are a few organizations such as PHUK Plovers, (of Cape Cod, MA) which are fighting the good fight against these piping pukes.