Its vivid yellows fairly screamed aloud; its whites were as eider
down; its blacks glossy as the finest anthracite coal, and its coat long and shaggy as a mountain goat.
The landlord was near spraining his wrist, and I told him for heaven's sake to quit -- the bed was soft enough to suit me, and I did not know how all the planing in the world could make eider
down of a pine plank.
The first statistical test based on all data show that site and the interaction between site, season and density of hunting motorboats had significant effects on the group size of eider
(Table 1; results of primary model are given in the Supplementary material Appendix 1 Table A1).
HEAVY-DUTY frost sheets will be deployed at Newcastle in an attempt to ensure Saturday's feature Eider
Chase meeting gets the go-ahead, with the track raceable yesterday.
SHOTGUN PADDY warms up for a possible Grand National bid by making the long journey north for Newcastle's Eider
Chase on Saturday.
Naturalists say that that Eider
ducks in Northumberland's coastal towns are being harmed by people feeding them the traditional takeaway.
Smith's license plate reads KEIDER, standing for king eider
, the rarest huntable duck on the East Coast.
And none is tougher than North America's largest--the common eider
Berth occupancy was 98% at the Port on Monday where a total twelve ships namely, Maersk Idaho, Rio Eider
, Christenia, Sea Baisen, Free Envoy, Ina Lotte, Aquila Voyager, Al Fanourios and Al Soor II are currently occupying berths to load/offload containers, cement, wheat, urea, coal, chemical and diesel oil respectively during last 24 hours.
Hundreds of common eider
ducks were cast ashore, bedraggled and dead, at the wrack line, where the receding tide leaves debris, "lying just one after the other," she said.
Those are just some of the challenges facing the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, near the tip of the Alaska Peninsula, in trying to recover a sea duck called the Steller's eider
Because considerable conservation efforts over several years have not halted the decline of two threatened eider
species, GAO will not object to the U.S.