fledgling


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young bird that has just fledged or become capable of flying

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(of a young bird) having acquired its flight feathers

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young and inexperienced

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It is unclear how the kingsnake found the nest originally, or whether visual or chemical cues encouraged the continued searching after the initial fledgling was consumed.
At that time, a fledgling planet in the inner disk would have attained only about one-tenth its final mass.
Lombard's forte is taking multiple entertainment ideas and helping them successfully work together--not to mention envisioning underserved market opportunities and building a fledgling business," she says.
Fox Sports Net's hour-long ``Best Damn Sports Show Period'' finally debuts Monday at midnight featuring the motley mix of fledgling comedian Tom Arnold with former star athletes John Kruk, Deacon Jones and Reggie Theus in a ``Politically Incorrect'' format.
The case, which focused on the running and riding of Fledgling when fifth of 12 on her debut at Pontefract on May 26 ,was originally referred to London under instruction H19.
As a Wall Street securities analyst a decade later, she was one of the first people to discover a fledgling company called Federal Express, where she became fast friends with FedEx chief information officer Jim Barksdale, now CEO of a not-so fledgling company called Netscape.
It is also an in-depth account of the 1992 Presidential campaign, and how African-Americans--both at the leader-ship level and at the grass roots--responded to the Democrats and to fledgling third-party efforts.
And since foraging habitat may be hundreds of yards from the nest, he expends a tremendous amount of energy while the chicks are fledgling.
This marks the first time since 2000 that peregrine chicks have reached fledgling stage for banding by DEP biologists.
In contrast to the substantial literature on the return rates of nestlings to natal sites (and the observed dispersal and settling away from natal sites) as breeding adults in subsequent years, little is known about dispersal distances and timings of departure of post fledgling songbirds within their hatch-year.
Henderson Fledgling Trust plc is an investment trust company that seeks to provide shareholders with long-term growth in capital and dividends from investment predominantly in the constituents of the FTSE Fledgling (excluding Investment Companies) Index (the Fledgling Index).
A NEW red kite conservation campaign is to be launched this week as numbers of fledgling chicks hit a new high in the North East.
High Drama: Colorado's Historic Theatres expertly co-authored by Daniel and Beth R Barrett is an intriguing historical survey and account of the Colorado mining revolution including fledgling "boomtown" communities, and the awkward confluence of miners, their demand for diversion, and the appearance of theaters.
RSPCA manager for Wales Kate Jones said, ``We are urging people to think carefully before coming to the rescue and to remember that unless it is injured, in immediate danger or truly orphaned the fledgling has a much higher chance of survival if left in the wild.
Hart Union High School District school board on Wednesday night unanimously approved a grant to help fund the fledgling programs.