A deceased 1-year-old captive female greyheaded
(Cape) parrot (Poicephalus robustus suahelicus) presented for a comprehensive postmortem examination.
A major autumn feeding ground for fin whales, southern fulmars and greyheaded
albatrosses around the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica.
Also, an unknown number of Black Flying-foxes Pteropus alecto, accompanying a large influx of Greyheaded
Flying-foxes P poliocephalus, were found in Melbourne in approximately 2010 (L Lumsden 2014 pers.
At Elsehul, a narrow bay on the very western tip of the island, we watch light-mantled sooty and greyheaded
albatross swoop overhead, some gliding so low I'm almost knocked over by the powerful wind beneath their wings.
The forage range for the four types of flying-foxes--black, greyheaded
, little red and spectacled--varies.
Red headed (now probably greyheaded
)" (SL 608-609).
Richards, 'The Development of Strategies for Management of the Flying-Fox Colony at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney', in Managing the GreyHeaded
Flying-Fox as a Threatened Species in Nsw, Peggy Eby and Daniel Lunney (eds), Sydney, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, 2002, pp189-199.
Senescence effects in an extremely long-lived bird: The greyheaded
albatross Thalassarche chrysostoma.
Standing next to those greyheaded
senators and baldies at the White House, the Prime Minister looked fresh-faced and shiny.
For while those female whales are characteristically timid, the young males, or forty-barrel-bulls, as they call them, are by far the most pugnacious of all Leviathans, and proverbially the most dangerous to encounter; excepting those wondrous greyheaded
, grizzled whales, sometimes met, and these will fight you like grim fiends exasperated by a penal gout.
The poem that began as % comedy of the passions," (26) with an inquisitive vicar, has ended in tragedy, with a "greyheaded