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3 -- 6 -- color) The aquarium's 1,200-square-foot wetlands exhibit is home to a variety of shorebird species, including, from far left, a pair of ruddy ducks, a black-bellied plover, a snowy plover and a killdeer, below.
My aunt, Katie, said that as soon as killdeer hatch, they run away.
Just as the female killdeer lies to the fox about having a broken wing, male animals are likely to lie to females in order to gain sexual access.
Transeau urged Sears to generalize his interest in the distribution of prairie plants in the Killdeer Plains to include prairie vegetation throughout Ohio.
After confirming that the Killdeer Plover was a protected species and the nesting area should not be disturbed, Robertet Flavors stopped all activity and vacated the project site until the birds hatched and the mother left with her young.
When the killdeer returned from wherever they spent their winters, drama season was officially upon us.
The Audubon, which based its analysis on winter and spring bird surveys, has also charted population losses of other common national and Southern California birds, including the western meadowlark (down 60 percent), killdeer (59 percent) and house finch (53 percent).
Nouvelle Vague, meaning 'new wave' in English, gave a diverse theatrical show, lead by French vocalists Phoebe Killdeer and Mlanie Pain.
But the isles also hold surprises, as I discovered when another crofter happily showed me video footage of a "strange bird" he had seen on his potato field a week before - it was a killdeer, a rare visitor from North America, and sadly long gone by the time I got to scouring the furrows of the spud patch.
unit and 075 groups NEW MEXICO 9/1-9/22 GMU 9, 34, 52 GMU 6B, 15, 16A 16D, 36, 44/45, 55A NORTH DAKOTA 9/1-10/1 Killdeer Mts.
Clodfelter discusses the frontier army and the Sioux nation, the Spirit Lake and Minnesota Massacres, the death of Little Crow, the Sibley brigade, the siege of Fort Dilts, the last Dakota campaign, and the battles of Whitestone Hill, Killdeer Mountain, and the Badlands.
Delving deeply into the details of birds ranging from the Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus), the Red-Eyed Vireo (Vireo olivaceus), and the Mourning Dove (Zenaida macoura), to the Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura), the Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias), and forty-five others, Fifty Common Birds Of The Upper Midwest provides readers with a remarkable coverage of the birds routinely observed in the multistate area.