shore bird

NOUN
  1. any of numerous wading birds that frequent mostly seashores and estuaries
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How To Use shore bird In A Sentence

  • Shore bird numbers are declining, he says, particularly among oystercatchers, red-capped dotterels and beach thick-knees.
  • Shore bird numbers are declining, he says, particularly among oystercatchers, red-capped dotterels and beach thick-knees.
  • The cormorant is a shore bird often effected by oil spills. WN.com - Business News
  • Millions of birds - ducks, geese, pelicans, shore birds - use the sea each year.
  • A small shore bird common, in fact often abundant, on passage and in winter, it breeds in the High Arctic.
  • Millions of birds - ducks, geese, pelicans, shore birds - use the sea each year.
  • Lantz said the killdeer is a member of the plover, or shore bird family, and is common in Florida. Local News from Star-Banner
  • Besides a clean, wide beach with many shore birds, this park boasts two fishing piers, historic fort, and bayside campsites.
  • The park is a significant breeding site for harlequin duck Histrionicus histrionicus, blackpoll warbler Dendroica striata, common tern Sterna hirundo, and arctic tern S. paridisaea, a nesting site for bald eagle Haliaeetus leucocephala, rock ptarmigan Lagopus mutus and American tree sparrow Spizella arborea, and a stopover for migrating shore birds. Gros Morne National Park, Canada
  • Shore bird numbers are declining, he says, particularly among oystercatchers, red-capped dotterels and beach thick-knees.
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