fledgling


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fledgling

, fledgeling
a young bird that has just fledged
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But this summer there was a welcome boost as 54 fledglings left the beach.
A Little Tern fledgling - one of the rarest seabirds in the UK next to a numbered stone
Oropharyngeal trichomonosis due to Trichomonas gypaetinii in a cinereous vulture (Aegypius monachus) fledgling in Spain.
The charity cared for more than 5000 fledgling and nestling birds last year - and 2019 looks set to be even busier.
The charity cared for over 5,000 fledgling and nestling birds in total last year.
In 2018 the charity cared for over 5,000 fledgling and nestling birds and 2019 looks set to be even busier.
"The first step is to identify whether the young bird is a nestling or fledgling. Nestlings are baby birds that have no feathers, or very few.
In early spring and summer our animal helpline received an average of around 140 calls a day regarding fledgling birds.
Knowledge of factors impacting fledgling survival or habitat use during this period are needed both to inform management strategies for this declining species and to contribute broadly to conservation efforts of mature forest passerines, in general.
Yet I can never remember seeing a fledgling pied wagtail...
With a wide range of innovative fledgling businesses recognised, the college's enterprise co-ordinator Laura Langridge said: "It is clear, when it comes to ideas that the young people of Stockton are not lacking in imagination."
Fledgling deaths tug at heartstrings ONE of the joys of spring is that, when summer kicks in and the gardens of England are alive with the flutter and sound of bird song, the new generation of colourful finches, sparrows and doves are a joy to behold.