sanderling

NOUN
  1. small sandpiper that breeds in the Arctic and migrates southward along sandy coasts in most of world
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  • During the first winter of his study, based at California's Point Reyes National Seashore, Myers observed that sanderlings, when not foraging, roosted amicably in large flocks on sandbars.
  • Elsewhere Sanderling displayed a truly Brucknerian spirit, particularly in the lovely ländler in the scherzo and even more so in the polka that winds its irresistible way through the final movement.
  • Vegetation scenarios derived from the HadCM2GSa1 model project that 76% of tundra bean goose (Anser fabalis rossicus/serrirostris) habitat will be affected by the alteration of tundra vegetation, while only 5% of sanderling habitat will be affected [28]. Recent and projected changes in arctic species distributions and potential ranges
  • Sanderlings are characteristic of sandy beaches, running back and forth, with the ebb and flow of the tide, like so many little clockwork toys.
  • Among the most abundant shorebirds in the slough are the western sandpiper, least sandpiper, marbled godwit, dowitchers, willet, American avocet, black-bellied plover, sanderling and long-billed curlew. Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve, California
  • Among the most abundant shorebirds in the slough are the western sandpiper, least sandpiper, marbled godwit, dowitchers, willet, American avocet, black-bellied plover, sanderling and long-billed curlew. Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve, California
  • Rising maestro Stefan Sanderling conceived and insightfully conducted the program. Regional Orchestras in the Spotlight
  • His sanderlings, however, demonstrated a capacity for radically altering their behavior in direct response to an increased threat of predation.
  • Birds such as the sanderling, white-fronted plover and many others are dependent on these creatures as well as being themselves dependent on the biome.
  • The name sanderling comes from the Icelandic, "sanderla," which alludes to the birds' sandy habitat according to the Audubon Society Encyclopedia of North American Birds. Archive 2007-10-01
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