merganser


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Related to merganser: Mergus, hooded merganser, Common Merganser
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Commonly observed species include common merganser, bufflehead, common goldeneye, hooded merganser, mallard, black duck and greater and lesser scaup.
While decoying dabblers do not command heavy firepower, the divers--and mergansers, in particular--require stouter rounds.
Waterfowl entries may depict the black brant, common merganser, greater scaup or dusky Canada goose, also shown in their customary surroundings.
1976), whereas Eotetranychus lewisi (McGregor, 1943), Eutetranychus banksi (McGregor 1914), Tetranychus cinnabarinus (Boisduval 1867), Tetranychus merganser Boudreaux 1954, and Tetranychus urticae Koch 1836, are known in Mexico as papaya pests (Rodriguez-Navarro & Estebanes-Gonzalez 1998, Rodriguez-Navarro 1999, de los Santos et al.
Diving Behavior of Scaly-sided Merganser, Mergus squamatus in Poyang Lake watershed, China
FY 2018 Marsh Landing Parkway from Bridle Way to Merganser Drive.
The skin is stuck tight to the body wall because there's no layer of fat underneath,'' Okoniewski said, running a scalpel along the breastbone of a dead merganser.
A shoreline walk uncovered eider duck, curlew and red neck merganser.
22 November 2013 -- Boston-based institutional fixed income manager Merganser Capital Management has announced the availability of their Floating Rate Bond Strategy for Institutional Investors.
Concerning European waterbirds, for instance the north European populations of mallard Anas platyrhynchos have been declining or stable, the Baltic breeding population of the common eider Somateria mollissima has decreased, the Baltic and Scandinavian populations of the common merganser Mergus merganser have probably decreased, and the populations of the goldeneye Bucephala clangula in northern and northwestern Europe have been stable (Wetlands International 2006).
Things get more competitive as Jim Jones and Rob Owens carry out their yearlong battle for the "Coveted Hooded Merganser Award.
5 billion including gas fields Caravel/Shamrock, the Starling, Scoter and Merganser developments via Shearwater infrastructure in the Central North Sea ("CNS"), major reconstructions on the Anasuria, Curlew, Pierce FPSOs, Flags Hot-tap, various Brownfield tiebacks over the Penguins, Nelson and Gannet (CNS) infrastructure and several other seabed asset integrity upgrades in the North Sea.
Merganser and Zia fields, which can produce around 15,000 barrels of oil per