fish hawk

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Synonyms for fish hawk

large harmless hawk found worldwide that feeds on fish and builds a bulky nest often occupied for years

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Copeland, the New York City marine architect who had previously designed the Fish Commission's Fish Hawk.
That officer had considerable experience with marine exploration as the first commander of the Fish Hawk and through an earlier assignment with the Navy's Hydrographic Office.
Fish Commission, 1871-87 Various ships assigned, 1871-79 1,075 Fish Hawk, 1880-82 385 Fish Hawk, 1883-87 96 Albatross, 1883-87 518 230 Total 2,074 230 Agassiz-associated U.
At 17 feet, 6 inches long it's a foot shorter than Crestliner's topselling Fish Hawk 1850, but has the same 7-foot, 11-inch beam and the same-sized livewells.
Your biggest choice for the Fish Hawk 1750 is what sort of console setup you want.
Crestliner Fish Hawk 1750 SPECIFICATIONS Length 17 ft.
After the late 1870's, the Fish Commission's own ships, including Fish Hawk and Albatross, also were used for this purpose.
Three years later, Baird diverted his newly completed hatchery vessel, the Fish Hawk, from her normal duties and directed her to another station on the Gulf Stream slope.
I am sure our anglers are delighted to share the plentiful supply of trout with these majestic fish hawks.
The Airflo Small Waters competition there last Saturday was won by Derek and Darren Grabham and Terry Sharp - the Fish Hawks team - with 16 fish.
The competition, run by The Tyne and Wear Fishing Association, attracted 40 anglers and winning team on the day was the Fish Hawks from Teesside with 16 fish.
Ospreys, or fish hawks as they are otherwise known, can achieve a wing-span of six feet and migrate northwards each year from tropical Africa and southern Asia.
A partial list of current members includes the Commerce & Industry Association of NJ, the Chemistry Council of NJ, the African American Environmentalist Association, the NJ Alliance for Action, the Southern NJ Developmental Council, the International Union of Painters & Allied Trades, The Plumbers and Pipefitters (Union Local 322 and Local 9), the NJ Business & Industry Association, and the Fish Hawks (Lacey Township-based organization).