Crex


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Noun1.Crex - corncrakes
bird genus - a genus of birds
family Rallidae, Rallidae - rails; crakes; gallinules; coots
corncrake, Crex crex, land rail - common Eurasian rail that frequents grain fields
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(21) Cas Mudde, "The Study of Populist Radical Right Parties: Towards a Fourth Wave", in CREX Working Papers, 2017, available at [https://www.sv.uio.no/c-rex/english/publications/c-rex-working-paper-series/Cas%20Mudde:%20The%20Study%20of%20Populist%20 Radical%20Right%20Partics.pdf], accessed July 2017.
According to MIAA senior assistant general manager Vicente Guerzon Jr., who led the evaluation team, the CREX was generally excellent although some minor adjustments needed to be made.
BMO Financial Group (NYSE: BMO) has been nominated to the global Corporate Renewable Energy Index (CREX).
For example, in Latvia a short-time increase of the numbers of the Corncrake Crex crex as well as of other farmland birds in the 1990s was caused by extensive farmland abandonment; the trend reversed from 2000 because of rapid overgrowth of abandoned arable lands (Aunins & Priednieks, 2008).
Canada goose brood behavior and survival estimates at Crex Meadows, Wisconsin.
Identified by Allen as a rallus crex or Corn Crake, the bird exists in marshes, an environment in-between land and water (209).
21 What is the other common name for the bird known as a landrail, with the scientific name Crex crex imitating its call?
Drawing of the boundaries of the special protection area "Lauteracher Ried" on the basis of inaccurate scientific criteria, wrongly excluding the two sites "Soren" and "Gleggen-Koblern", which are important for the protection of the corncrake (Crex crex) and other migratory birds nesting in the meadows.
The corncrake's earsplitting call that gave it its Latin name "crex crex" is echoing again around the RSPB sanctuary on the shores of Belfast Lough.
Outside the Necedah area, the only major Karner blue sites occur at Fort McCoy, Crex Meadows, and Fish Lake Wildlife Area (Wisconsin), Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore (Michigan), and the Saratoga Airport (New York).
A sign in the middle of town boasts that the town is the gateway to Crex Meadows Wildlife Area.