It is primarily fished as game and is sometimes known as the "Fork-Tailed
Cat," "Fiddler" or "Lady Cat." The Flathead catfish is another prominent North American species, as well as the blue catfish.
raptor, which gets most of its food from scavenging dead animals, is more common now than for over 200 years: since the mid-1990s numbers have quadrupled in Wales.
The presence of fork-tailed
cercariae (Figure 3: (5)-(6)) has not been reported yet among snails in the Philippines other than Oncomelania hupensis quadrasi, a known snail intermediate host for Schistosoma japonicum.
They saw some of the 1,500 fork-tailed
frigate birds that nest there.
When food gets scarce, African birds called fork-tailed
drongos (Dicrurus adsimiiis) watch for a meerkat or other forager to find desirable prey.
The distinctive, fork-tailed
bird of prey was discovered by a couple in their garden at Aberarth, said the RSPCA.
Egg chilling and the thermal environment the fork-tailed
Storm Petrel (Oceandroma furcata).
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.
Centuries of relentless persecution had driven the bird, known by its vernacular name as the fork-tailed
puttock, to the very brink of extinction.
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.