dotterel


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Related to dotterel: Eudromias morinellus
  • noun

Synonyms for dotterel

rare plover of upland areas of Eurasia

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The NZ dotterel and the fairy tern are already threatened
Therefore, I must conclude that they have three dotterels on their shirts and not three lions
The ptarmigan and the dotterel are only just hanging on in Britain and if conditions get warmer, we could lose them.
A juvenile Dotterel was on The Range, part of RSPB South Stack, while offshore Balearic Shearwaters were seen here, at Point Lynas and Bardsey, with two Sooty Shearwaters from the island.
Highlights included a dotterel on the Great Orme and two unseasonal black-throated divers off Rhosneigr.
WAKEY, WAKEY Action at last - Ian Fisher captures a dotterel yawning.
Rare plants such as the Snowdon lily are under threat, along with Scottish mountain birds including the ptarmigan, dotterel and snow bunting.
Eggs like those belonging to dotterel, which were also found in the collection, carry a pounds 1,000 fine for possession.
Now the managers, led by chairman Geoff Ball in a venture called Dotterel, are expected to increase their own bid to match the Miller price of 200p a share.
Before that Miller had tabled an offer of 175p, outbidding the original 165p from the management team, who called themselves Dotterel.
A juvenile Dotterel was a great find below the summit of Foel Fras.
After the female dotterel has laid her eggs, she's away, leaving the male to brood the clutch.
Northumberland and Tyneside Bird Club member Ian Fisher sat for two hours observing a dotterel on a golf course at Newbiggin-by-the-Sea.
Evaluation of radio transmitters for measuring chick mortality in the Banded Dotterel.
Buy-out vehicle Dotterel, which is backed by the Bank of Scotland, was last night in control of more than 80 per cent of Cala's shares.