BBSA

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BBSABlack Business Students Association
BBSABlack Business Student Association
BBSABuff-Breasted Sandpiper (bird species)
BBSABasic Business Skills Acquisition
BBSAn-Butyl Benzene Sulfonamide
BBSABroad Bay Sailing Association (Virginia Beach, VA)
BBSAbiotinylated bovine serum albumin
BBSABeta Blocker in Spinal Anesthesia (medical study)
BBSABlack Beauty Supply Association
BBSABritish Blind and Shutters Association (Staffordshire, UK)
BBSABloomberg's Analyst Survey
BBSABlack Business School Association
BBSABlack Business Student Alliance
BBSABruin Belles Service Association (Los Angeles, CA)
BBSABurlington Baseball/Softball Association (Burlington, MA)
BBSABarbados Building Standards Authority
BBSABig Brothers and Sisters of America
BBSABaum Baseball Stadium (University of Arkansas)
BBSABig Bear Study Area (California)
BBSABloomingdale Baseball and Softball Association
BBSABylaws of the Boy Scouts of America
BBSABBoard Sliding Adventures
BBSABelgium Billiards and Snooker Association
BBSABuilding Board of Standard & Appeals
BBSABritish Bob Skeleton Association (UK)
BBSABroomfield Blast Soccer Association (Broomfield, CO)
BBSABrookfield Baseball and Softball Association (Brookfield, CT)
BBSABahrain Billiards and Snooker Association
BBSABaluchistan Boy Scout Association
BBSABlack Belt Schools of America
BBSABeenleigh BMX Stunt Association
BBSABritish Baseball and Softball Association (UK)
BBSABritish Blind Sport Athletics (UK)
BBSABurke Bay Sailing Association
BBSABridgeport Bandit Sports Association (Bridgeport, MI)
BBSABangka Billiton Sports Association (Indonesia)
BBSABarbados Boy Scouts Association
BBSABoy Band Story Awards
BBSABurlington Basketball Skills Academy
BBSABridgman Baseball and Softball Association
BBSABanco Barclays SA
BBSABroadband Service Assurance
BBSABlackbelly Salamander (Desmognathus quadramaculatus)
BBSABulletin Board System Awareness
BBSAburned body surface area
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A Blueheaded Wagtail was at RSPB Point of Ayr and a Buff-breasted Sandpiper drew the crowds at RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands through the weekend.
Whether the wetlands the yellow rail depends on, the grasslands the sage grouse inhabits, the Arctic breeding grounds of the buff-breasted sandpiper, or the ocean health essential to petrels: a thriving environment is key to endangered birds' survival.
Buff-breasted Sandpiper (Calidris subruficollis), (Vieillot, 1819) has continued a population decline which began with commercial hunting in the last century, and has continued that decline in the present century due to habitat loss and to contamination from spilled oil, gas and other toxic agents (Lanctot et al., 2010; Andres et al., 2012; Cosewic, 2012; Lounsberry et al., 2013) leading to the species being currently classified as "Near Threatened Status" (Birdlife International, 2014).
Painted snipe, Eurasian woodcock, Kittlitz's plover have been observed and even buff-breasted sandpiper, pectoral sandpiper, lesser yellowlegs and Wilson's phalarope are on the national checklist.
Rarities: While there were no stand-out rare birds in North Wales in 2011, many enjoyed the purple heron at Dwyran in March, RSPB Conwy's citrine wagtail in May and buff-breasted sandpiper there in September.
His photographs, made during a trek that totaled 4,000 miles, show polar bears, musk oxen, the rare buff-breasted sandpiper, and dozens of other species that thrive in the north.
A BUFF-breasted Sandpiper at Wicken Fen, Cambs, and a Little Bittern at Dungeness, Kent, have been trying in vain to attract mates - they are the only ones of their kind in the UK.
Buff-breasted Sandpiper (Tryngites subruficollis).--T his rare shorebird was observed on the extensive mudflats near Roxanna Pond during a period of low water on 10 September 1988.
About 250 bird species, including such songbirds as the dainty Cerulean warbler, shorebirds like the buff-breasted sandpiper, and soaring raptors like the broad-winged hawk, escape the harsh northern winter by flying south of the U.S.
Ephemeral lekking behavior in the Buff-breasted Sandpiper, Tryngites subruficollis.
Buff-breasted sandpiper is a wader that breeds in the tundra at the very top of Canada and migrates through the grain belt of mid-west America.
Another four Curlew Sands and two Little Stints were on the Clwyd estuary, while Bardsey saw a Buff-breasted Sandpiper and a long-staying Melodious Warbler.