red-throated diver


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Related to red-throated diver: Great Northern Diver
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red-throated diver

[ˌrɛdθrəʊtɪdˈdaɪvəʳ] ntuffatore m stellato
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A Red-throated Diver was unusual on the Dee estuary off Connah's Quay nature reserve, where more than 100 Twite are feeding on rough grassland and a ringtail Hen Harrier was seen on Friday.
Once I'd seen a red-throated diver plunging into the dusty water under the evening's early yellow moon.
The bay is known for being home to thousands of common scoters and hundreds of red-throated diver birds each winter.
You never know when a Whimbrel, a Red-throated Diver, Golden Plover, Common Seal or Otter may put in an unscheduled appearance.
Under pressure from the RSPB, the London Array developers reduced the number of turbines from original proposals to accommodate a population of red-throated diver birds.
They included eggs from some of the country's most vulnerable and protected species, such as the kingfisher, little tern, little ringed plover and red-throated diver.
They included eggs from some of the country's most vulnerable and protected species like the kingfisher, little tern, little ringed plover and red-throated diver.
His collection included eggs of protected species including: little tern, osprey, avocet, black-tailed godwit, stone curlew, corncrake, chough, peregrine falcon and red-throated diver - as well as 166 nightingale eggs and 87 nightjar eggs.
Rhossili Bay also provided me with my first red-throated diver of the year, and a small skein of nine Brent geese, which flew north past the Inner Head, was a pleasant surprise.
And thousands of eggs from wild birds such as the peregrine falcon and the black-throated and red-throated diver, were discovered hidden in the house's loft, wall cavities and sheds, wildlife officers said.
Red-throated diver (Gavia stellata) and black-throated diver (Gavia arctica) were found throughout the area, but the first is more frequent in the northern delta, where groups of 10 to 30 adults were already gathered by the end of July.
The pair, from Portsmouth, regularly travelled to the island of Orkney targeting eggs from rare and protected species such as the hen harrier, merlin and red-throated diver.