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ringneck

(ˈrɪŋˌnɛk)
n
(Animals) any plover bird that has ring-like markings around its neck
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Gold Sponsors included Bentley Scott Marketing, Trijicon, Cabela's, Covey Sales and Marketing, Tec Shield, The Kansas Governor's Ringneck Classic, Vincent A.
After a 15-minute search for the dead bird, Blitz, a 12-year-old German shorthair, came marching through the 10-foot tall cornstalks with a big ringneck pheasant.
In previous CCFA studies, the avian species that is closest to the cattle egret in size is the ringneck dove (Streptopelia risoria), approximately one-half the size of the cattle egret.
Ringneck Pheasants: Chinese, Jumbo, Kansas, Manchurian Cross, Melantistic Mutant.
She said: "It's a male ringneck but the wing feathers are a bit of a mess, so not sure if it's a mutation of a ringneck.
Tenders are invited for wastewater system ringneck sanitary sewer project, which includes: mobilization / demobilization; general clearing and grubbing; approx 895 lf of 15" sanitary sewer pipe; 2,474 lf of 12" sanitary sewer pipe; 541 lf of 8" sanitary sewer pipe; 150 lf of bore 12" pipe without casing, incl.
Berenice was alone with the 15-year-old green and grey ringneck bird as her husband Tom, 86, was in hospital.
For the rest of the summer we'll be chasing pigs and 'yotes and maybe popping a few ringneck doves.
Other birds commonly trafficked are the aam tota or Ringneck parrot or Rose- ringed parakeet.
A hidden ringneck held perfectly for a double point of German Shorthairs like some old magazine cover, something wild birds rarely do, and sprang out going hard to the right.
I have picked over the Mail's exclusive tale of Max, the Indian ringneck parakeet who resides in a Acocks Green clothes shop, and remain unconvinced it's a story at all.
Then there's the Chinese ringneck, which is smaller, lighter in colour, with a vivid, white neck ring and a noticeably blue or greenish rump.