Spoon-billed


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Spoon´-billed`

    (~bĭld`)
a.1.(Zool.) Having the bill expanded and spatulate at the end.
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The Korean tidal flats "Getbol" boasts extensive coastal wetlands that are home to rare species, such as spoon-billed sandpipers and a layer of mudflat sediment that is the thickest in the world, South Korean News Agency (Yonhap) reported.
Have you ever seen or heard about the crested shelduck, spoon-billed sandpiper, Chinese crested tern, or yellow-breasted bunting?
(PBCFI) was able to take photographs of the Spoon-billed sandpiper or Spoonbill sandpiper, known to science as Calidrispygmaea, at the Negros Occidental Coastal Wetlands Conservation Area (NOCWCA).
The survival of the IUCN critically-endangered spoon-billed sandpiper is under threat from a planned land fill project at Tiaozini, Jiangsu province, a Greenpeace East Asia report shows.
World Migratory Bird Day cites seven flagship species: barn swallow, black-tailed godwit, Amur falcon, garganey, yellow-breasted bunting, red knot, and spoon-billed sandpiper.
One of my "must see" birds is the Spoon-billed Sandpiper, one of the world's rarest birds.
She will lead the way in programming and delivering multi-million pound infrastructure projects to support military training, improve defence capability and oversee the draw down of Army units from Germany | FRIDAY AUGUST 23: The UK''s Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) worked with Russian scientists to help boost numbers of one of the world's rarest birds by sourcing eggs from spoon-billed sandpipers.
A helper at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust holds a young spoon-billed sandpiper.
The popular ecologist was at the Wildlife and Wetlands Trust's Washington Wetland Centre to talk about a campaign to preserve the spoon-billed sandpiper.
Mike is visiting all nine wetlands centres in England in a challenge to raise money for a spoon-billed sandpiper feeding programme.
The discovery of 84 spoon-billed sandpipers in a coastal stretch of Burma offers hope for saving the endangered birds, conservationists Bird Life International said today.
This supposedly saves the CO2 that you have blown flying half way around the world for a spoon-billed sandpiper.