I purchased a bird call which replicated duck, teal or widgeon
, Yet thankfully it did not reproduce collared dove or wood pigeon.
Submergent aquatic vegetation, especially widgeon
grass (Ruppia maritima) and Chara sp.
The Prince had a black Labrador called Widgeon
when he was a youngster.
When bird flocks arrived 'carrying on their wings//shards of an ice-pure world', his father shoots a beautiful widgeon
with the result that the birds keep their distance.
We flew into Deadman Bay on a gorgeous 50-year-old Widgeon
and taxied up to the cabin.
Correlation analysis between macroalgae areal percent cover, eelgrass (Zosteramarina) and widgeon
grass (Ruppia maritima), during three time periods over 2004-2010.
We've seen them take dead rabbits, sheep and swans but they are also hunting ducks over the loch, taking mallards, teal and the odd widgeon
Bird', for example, is the word that encompasses all the things we think of as birds, everything from widgeon
Coast Guard Grumman J4F2 Widgeon
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Other vulnerable birds include the endangered red knots and piping plovers that winter in coastal Florida, as well as the green-winged teal, the American widgeon
and other dabbling ducks, loons, white-fronted geese, sandpipers, turnstones, and dowitchers.
, Groundwork, Fields and Far Wood are not the titles that would be claimed by an unromantic city dweller.