whitewing


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whitewing

(ˈwaɪtˌwɪŋ)
n
(Animals) a name for various species of white-winged birds, including the chaffinch or white-winged dove
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Plus, good old Cousin Mike--who inherited Uncle Virgil's awesome talent for getting permission from landowners--had gotten us on to a true hotspot, a magnet for Eurasian, whitewing and mourning dove.
Eurasian collared doves are substantially larger than mourning or whitewing doves and offer a noticeably different profile with a much fuller breast.
Legend Trail between East Whitewing Drive to the north, North 99th Way to the east, North Legend Trail Parkway to the south, and North 81st Street to the west.
Fly fishers know, too, that a Whitewing tube fly fished can pick up fish in the last hour.
Each kit includes assembly instructions, flight instructions, guidelines for whitewing competition, an introduction to paper plane design, and instructions on how to build each model in the kit.
The documents were said to describe one of the largest such structures - a partnership called Whitewing established by Enron and a still-unidentified party - and to illustrate how Enron favoured outside investors while not fully informing shareholders of billions of dollars of potential liabilities.
Dove missing" might actually be the most accurate term for what is transpiring during the open season in regions where Zenaidura macroura the mourning dove, and Zenaida asiatica, the whitewing, are fair game, but "dove missing" would only make it harder to explain what it is we are doing out there among all those little gray birds.
Other birds, like the whitewing dove, red-tail hawk, and great horned owl, nest in the branches.
WASHINGTON DUCK SAFARI: Puget Sound Seaducks: Harlequin, Barrows, Goldeneyes, Oldsquaw, Black, Whitewing, Surf Scoters.
These devons, as well as whitewing flies, seem to do well in fading light.