So next time you are out and about in the country and see a large bird circling overhead, don't just assume it's a buzzard, have a really good look - it may just be a fork-tailed
Overhead will be red kites, the wide-winged, fork-tailed
bird of prey once shot to extinction in England.
Other seabirds breeding there include Fork-tailed
Storm-Petrel, Leach's Storm-Petrel, Brandt's Cormorant, Double-crested Cormorant, Pelagic Cormorant, Rhinoceros Auklet, Cassin's Auklet, Pigeon Guillemot Western Gull, Glaucous-winged Gull and Black Oystercatcher.
The distinctive, fork-tailed
bird of prey was discovered by a couple in their garden at Aberarth, said the RSPCA.
There's a fork-tailed
fly catcher up near Cockroach Bay right now.
This was the case of a fork-tailed
flycatcher he spotted recently.
When food gets scarce, African birds called fork-tailed
drongos (Dicrurus adsimiiis) watch for a meerkat or other forager to find desirable prey.
XEBEC A Asian goat B Fork-tailed
gull C Three-masted boat who am I?
More recently, Fork-tailed
Palm-Swifts have spread into some human habitats where palms suitable for nesting and roosting have been planted (Collins and Thomas 2012, Lunardi et al.
They saw some of the 1,500 fork-tailed
frigate birds that nest there.
My weeks-long itch to get out after those golden, fork-tailed
beauties only got stronger as I pulled off the freeway.
The success of the conservation programme, started in 1989, is such that conservationists are now finding it hard to keep track of all the distinctive fork-tailed