Gallinago gallinago

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Synonyms for Gallinago gallinago

common snipe of Eurasia and Africa

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Keywords: waterfowl, lead shot, non-toxic shot, impoundments, common snipe.
During the 1992-93 and 1993-94 hunting seasons, small game hunters pursuing common snipe were allowed to use lead shot after the waterfowl season.
The primary species hunted on the AWMA are ducks; however, common snipe also are heavily hunted after waterfowl season when snipe concentrate on drawndown impoundments.
In addition, 18 common snipe, 45 American coots (Fulica americana), and 28 hooded mergansers (Lophodytes cucullatus) were harvested during the 21 managed duck hunts.
Pennsylvania's woodcock and common snipe seasons will open Oct.
The availability and utilization of the foods of the Common Snipe (Capella gallinago delicata) in the rice growing region of southwestern Louisiana.
Fall foods of migrant Common Snipe in North Dakota.
Food habits and migratory movements of the Common Snipe (Capella gallinago delicata) in the central Brazos Valley of Texas.
As the tide came in, good numbers of common snipe were flushed from the cover, towering up into the blue sky to find shelter elsewhere.
Redshank, dunlin and common snipe crouched down to evade the worst of the weather.
On the rapidly maturing marsh and mini-dune of Taggs Island, a single jack snipe rose silently from the rushes, unlike its noisier cousins, the common snipe, which always call when put up.
A common snipe shuffled into view and probed in the soft mud -- wonderful birds.
At least three water pipits are wintering at Neston Old Quay and another has been found at Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey, with a high count of 11 Jack snipe and 90 common snipe.
It also includes game birds such as mourning dove, the band-tailed pigeon, woodcocks, common snipes, quail, chuka, pheasant, grouse, ptarmigan, prairie chicken, and wild turkey.
You'll also see thousands of American avocets, eared grebes, common snipes.