fly way

fly way

n
1. (Zoology) the usual route used by birds when migrating
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In all, California winters about 60 percent of the Pacific Fly way's waterfowl and 20 percent of the continental population of ducks and geese.
It's not every night you have the opportunity to be sung to sleep by the collective voice of the Mississippi Fly way's migrating mallards.
Found in all four fly ways, the wood duck is most abundant in the Mississippi Fly way, although 'fowlers in Atlantic states like Pennsylvania, the Virginias, Carolinas, and Georgia harvest their fair share.
He has witnessed the same increase in the number of greys in his fly way as well.
UTAH'S GREAT SALT Lake is one of the Pacific Fly way's major breeding and staging areas, with a long, rich waterfowling history.
Most of us lack the time or money, but what a lovely daydream, to save up and target a season to actually follow the mallard passage through our fly ways. And for the fellows that have the imagination and gumption to make something like that happen, to take a year and chase green, this story is for you.
Two fly ways (East African-West Asia and Central Asia) traverse over the region specially the Indus river route termed as green flyway being followed by migratory ducks having stopover in Tarbela Lake on river Indus which runs at the western boundary of the region (Shirazi, 2005).
Which is a good thing, because three different fly ways pump birds through the vast grain fields here.