"The European nightjar
, for example, is only active at night and is very well camouflaged, making it difficult to detect using traditional methods."
Joe is a Scottish saxophonist now resident in London and Nightjar
has Alice Zawadzki on vocals, Jeff Spencer on bass guitar and James Maddren on drums.
advertises itself as a "hidden slice of old-school glamour," located in Hoxton.
Rob Booth the reserve warden said: "Nightjar
are scarce summer visitors to North Wales, there are only 4500 breeding pairs in the whole of the UK.
There are two subfamilies of goat-suckers that call New York home: the nighthawks (common nighthawk) and nightjars
(whip-poor-will and chuck-will's-widow).
(Caprimulgus europaeus) from a bird park in the Netherlands died suddenly, with no clinical signs, within 1 month of each other.
"How much night could a nightjar
jar if a nightjar
could jar night?
In those three events, 11 species of moa, two adzebills, the giant eagle, two flightless geese, the giant swan, numerous flightless wrens, the native crow, owlet nightjar
, giant coot, Dieffenbach's rail, laughing owl, native quail, native thrush, piopio, and many seabird species disappeared from the landscape.
THE spectacular Nightjar
is one of our more bizarre visitors.
"Remember the eared trogon?" "Yeah, and how about the pyrrhuloxia!" "And when we stayed up for the buff-colored nightjar
Dubai's recently opened Nightjar
Coffee takes this metaphor to its logical conclusion, with baristas more closely resembling barmen as they pull half pints of coffee from taps at the bar.