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wader

1. any of various long-legged birds, esp those of the order Ciconiiformes (herons, storks, etc.), that live near water and feed on fish, etc.
2. a Brit name for shore bird

wader

[′wād·ər]
(vertebrate zoology)
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Therefore, photographing any species of wader will require lens focal lengths of 200 to 500mm, or longer, to cover most compositional options, from frame-filling close-ups to wider contextual scenes of the birds in their surroundings.
The police said both Shiva and Pandya were promised ` 11 lakh each by Wader if they managed to kill Jethwa.
The money is needed for the Uist Wader Project, UWP, which says the animals must be killed as they are eating the eggs of important ground nesting birds on the islands.
Wang Hong Jun Wader, AIM's newly appointed applications engineer, will manage the newest AIM office.
Browning[R]'s new Pac Jac Wader Model is a great addition to this company's outstanding line of hunting clothes.
There is increasing evidence that breeding wader censuses often have significantly underestimated densities in the Arctic and other areas.
Hodgman designers say the flexible Antron/neoprene knee pads on their new Flex-Lite Breathable Wader (left) increase durability and provide greater freedom of motion.
THE second Wirral Wader Festival will take place next month, with vast numbers of wading birds flocking to the borough's unique coastline.
Durable, American-made wader with three-layer GoreTex in light color for salt and freshwater environs.
The company not only seals every seam on the wader with an external seam-welding liquid, but also doubles up the waterproofing at these critical fabric junctions with a wide layer of waterproof tape along the inside of each seam as well.
Here in the north-east, there are many good wader hotspots, but one of the best has to be the Ythan estuary north of Aberdeen.
There is the curlew for a start, our biggest wader, with a comically curved bill resembling quarter of a bicycle wheel.