bluewing


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Synonyms for bluewing

American teal

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En realidad, de acuerdo con el Departamento de Justicia, el sobrino de Osiel trafico mas de 150 kilos de cocaina, mas de una tonelada de mariguana, tiene unos 20 millones de dolares y dos casas en Texas, una a nombre de Rosa Icela Moreno, en Rio Hondo, y la de Bluewing Circle, que esta a nombre de Emilio R.
Bluewing set up two years ago, bringing experts from interiors and construction to create a company that offers a one-stop-shop for all building projects.
There was a time when late summer meant squirrels, cotton tails, bluewing teal and mourning doves.
Each spring Tuttle Marsh is now ready and waiting for the arrival of mallards, Canada geese, and bluewing teal-thanks to cooperation among the Forest Service, Ducks Unlimited, and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
However, Argentine croaker, Argentine hake, bluewing searobin, catfish, monkfish, red porgy, sand flounder added to the three former species were the most important resources in terms of biomass landed (Table 6).
The speedy bluewing teal have made good comebacks over the years and afford hunters in the region with some first class early season wing shooting.
Blow bluewing calls, or if that's not an option, greenwing calls.
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Hoards of migrating bluewing teal were enjoying themselves on the inch-deep, bug-filled waters.
Among the 68 species/categories landed, codling, flatfish, Argentine hake, and bluewing searobin were dominant in both criteria.
This description was imminently recognizable; I closed my eyes and pictured bluewing teal hurtling across the cattails on a cloudy day.
When I asked how they did that morning, their report was one gadwall and one bluewing teal despite motoring their boat a half-mile across a big slough and putting out four dozen decoys.
2; pintail, 8; green wing teal, 110; cinnamon teal, 64; shoveler, 16; redheads, 8; ruddy, 2, and bluewing teal, 1.
Unfortunately, the speck's similarities to the half-bright greenwing and bluewing begin and end on the table.