graylag


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Synonyms for graylag

common grey wild goose of Europe

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Molecular identification and characterization of novel coronaviruses infecting graylag geese (Anser anser), feral pigeons (Columbia livia) and mallards (Anas platyrhynchos).
Stubble, for those not up on farming, refers to what's left of harvested grains; a stubble goose, presumably one that wanders through the fields eating these remains, is a term for the graylag goose, a type of wild goose found in England.
About 4000 protected Pink Footed and Graylag geese come over from Scandinavia so we have to monitor them.
At only 624 grams, its first-class French graylag goose down gives optimal performance for its size and weight.
The Gray Goose is the traditional goose of farm and homestead, a large version of the Western Graylag.
Taney W-37: Gunther Gotaskie (570) 648-6750 USS Aeroquipa AF31 (WWII): William Harbourne (518) 668-4673 USS Graylag AM364 Minesweeper: Paul Giambrone (504) 867-4854 USS J.
The marshes lie on the west Europe to west Africa migration route and is a vital winter habitat for many species of waterfowl, such as the 40,000 graylag geese (Anser anser), and tens of thousands of teal (Anas crecca), pintail (A.
Like Chester Graylag Dent, the writer in Ratner's Star who circles the world in his silent submarine, DeLillo is interested in writing "meditations on the 'unsolvable knot' of science and mysticism .