White-fronted

White`-front´ed


a.1.Having a white front; as, the white-fronted lemur.
White-fronted goose
(Zool.) the white brant, or snow goose. See Snow goose, under Snow.
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On Anglesey, two Lesser White-fronted Geese remain with Pink-footed Geese north of Llyn Trafwll.
Among the geese that winter at Slimbridge is a flock of Greenland white-fronted geese.
He then went on to tell us how he had previously shot the two "white-fronted geese" and another "snow." I knew he had shot farm geese, but declined to offer any condemnation, and just said it was unusual for snows to be here this early and that white-fronts are rare this far east ...
e open-plan dining room features double-glazed french doors leading to a rear decked area and a beautifullypresented modern kitchen with a range of gloss white-fronted wall and base units and high-quality integrated appliances.
Video posted on social media showed officers leaving a partially white-fronted corner house on the street.
The Canada Goose was spotted for the first time, while the Lesser White-fronted Goose and African Sacred Ibis were seen after long gaps.
You may remember our column back in February about the tagging of two Greenland white-fronted geese on the Dyfi Estuary.
It's an exciting time for the project and although we are still a long way off knowing the full story behind the decline of the Greenland white-fronted goose our research over the last few months has given us a few clues.
Partners from fiveA EU Member States including Bulgaria jointly won theA Cross-border Cooperation and Networking Award with a project to preserve the lesser white-fronted goose, Europeas rarest waterbird, the European Commission has said in a statement.
There is also a dining room with a bay window and an extended breakfast kitchen with a comprehensive range of gloss white-fronted units and granite work surfaces.
Midcontinent greater white-fronted geese (Anser albifrons frontalis, hereafter white-fronted geese) make extensive use of this region during spring and historically were able to acquire substantial lipid stores while staging (Krapu et al., 1995).
The exhibit is the largest lemur walkthrough in the UK and is home to 20 ring-tailed lemurs, three white-fronted brown lemurs and three red-bellied lemurs, which are native of Madagascar.