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Synonyms for limpkin

wading bird of Florida, Cuba and Jamaica having a drooping bill and a distinctive wailing call

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Even in January, with the mist rising from the water, visitors can see alligators, turtles, limpkins, several kinds of herons and egrets, a variety of ducks and other waterfowl, ospreys, and anhingas, sometimes called snakebirds or water turkeys.
Limpkin won the Robert Capa Gold Medal from Life magazine in 1972 for reporting on the fighting in Northern Ireland.
In 2005, retired photojournalist Clive Limpkin traveled to India with his wife for a surprise birthday party.
Not long ago I spotted a limpkin hiding in the shade of a palmetto at a crowded riverfront park.
Herons, cranes and limpkins strut through its shallows, feeding in the muck.
Literature reports indicate that the axillary artery originates from the subclavian artery in the orders Passeriformes (perching birds) (Glenny, 1945b), Coliiformes (mouse birds) (Glenny, 1944), Trogoniformes (trogons) (Glenny, 1948b) and Gruiformes (cranes, limpkins, rails, gallinules, coots, bustards) (Glenny, 1947), as well as in the Eurasian bittern (Erdogan, 2012).
said limpkins, while another enthusiast said: "I believe it was confirmed at 30% by Serebii when the details regarding these pokemon and their signature moves were leaked".
First, you have to pick a killer name for your team--like the Lagerhead Shrikes, the Marshketeers, Mighty Mighy Turnstones, the Limping Limpkins, Wacky Willets, Duck Duck Duck Duck Duck Brant
Shark Valley visitors hike, bicycle, or ride a tram along a 15-mile loop to view alligators, deer, and wading birds; elusive rails and night-calling limpkins also inhabit the area.
Other wildlife such as river otters, wood storks, white ibis, great blue herons, limpkins, and great egrets can be spotted in the canal and at the many marshes, ponds, and wet prairies within the preserve and along the eight miles of Sebastian River frontage.
Little blue herons, white ibis, tricolor herons, great egrets, and limpkins are becoming more plentiful.