To this genus, or rather to the family of the Waders
, its skeleton shows that it is really related.
Those were slow, silent, often turbid; flowing over beds of mud into which the incautious wader
might sink and vanish unawares.
I used to admire the ripple marks on the sandy bottom, at the north end of this pond, made firm and hard to the feet of the wader
by the pressure of the water, and the rushes which grew in Indian file, in waving lines, corresponding to these marks, rank behind rank, as if the waves had planted them.
Warmer and lighter than most waders
, the Select XL uses a material called Retain Active to keep your body heat up.
Live wires can electrocute waders
and manholes can come uncovered in strong waters and pull waders
down with great force.
For example, the little stint, one of the smallest waders
and a winter visitor to British shores, weighs no more than a small pebble, but each year migrates from the Arctic to South Africa.
A Mississippi hunter drowned after his boat overturned and his waders
filled with water, pulling him under, according to a coroner's report.
John said: "We've had good numbers of other waders
using the island and we've seen regular flocks of 200-plus lapwing, which are red-listed of conservation concern and in national decline.
Task 1: Protecting endangered species of waders
breeding grounds in the riverbed of Vistula through the use of mobile electric fences in accordance with applicable law and the scope and methodology set out in Annex 1.
I remember fishing in early spring many years ago while wearing waders
made from latex rubber.
Owning a pair of waders
isn't all troubles, though.
The remnants of hurricane Isaac hit the Western Isles, delivering a good scattering of American waders
, but my brief visit to Co Mayo in Ireland didn't produce the hoped-for seabird species, although good numbers of Sooty Shearwaters passed offshore along with all four species of Skuas.