oyster catcher

NOUN
  1. black-and-white shorebird with stout legs and bill; feed on oysters etc.
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How To Use oyster catcher In A Sentence

  • He said it was crucially important as a refuelling stop’ for migratory birds and resident species, ranging from oyster catchers to sanderlings and curlews.
  • Other threatened species were African black oyster catchers, abalone, and fish species such as roman, dageraad, red steenbras and red stumpnose. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The sky is busy with gulls and the exposed sands and stones are playgrounds to coastal waders, including oyster catchers, cormorants and sandpipers.
  • The sky is busy with gulls and the exposed sands and stones are playgrounds to coastal waders, including oyster catchers, cormorants and sandpipers.
  • Ms Wellman said foxes took a huge toll on endangered species along the coast, and were a big problem for shorebirds such as pied oyster catchers and little terns, as well as for mammals such as wallabies and the long-nosed potoroo. northernstar.com.au: The Northern Star
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