Here you may find nests of the strong down partridge and peewit
, but take care that the keeper isn't down upon you; and in the middle of it is an old cromlech, a huge flat stone raised on seven or eight others, and led up to by a path, with large single stones set up on each side.
Larks trilled unseen above the velvety green fields and the ice-covered stubble-land; peewits
wailed over the low lands and marshes flooded by the pools; cranes and wild geese flew high across the sky uttering their spring calls.
In appearance and habits it resembles in many respects our peewits
; its wings, however, are armed with sharp spurs, like those on the legs of the common cock.
An alternative name for the lapwing is peewit
, which is based on the bird's familiar call, while it is also sometime referred to as the green plover.
", "peasie", "peaswheep", "teuchit" and "chewit" and many more, are all pseudonyms derived from the unique articulations of displaying lapwing.
Also known as green plover or peewit
, the bird was has been placed on the red list - which catalogues birds of conservation concern - after suffering significant decline in recent years.
thrust of the manifold grass stems, the cry of the peewit
, the wheel of
These non-Smurf tales make up over half of the book, but for pure Smurfophiles, there's "The Flute Smurfers," written by Peyo's son for the fiftieth anniversary of the well-known story "The Smurfs and the Magic Flute." "The Flute Smurfers" serves as a prequel to the earlier tale, and features Johan and Peewit
, Johan's sidekick.
They are are also responsible for the dramatic decline in numbers of ground nesting birds, like curlew, peewit
, skylark, partridge and pheasant.
Such was Mike Lockley's sympathetic and ominous piece on the plight of the lapwing, or as my youngsters in their infant years preferred, the peewit
(Mail, February 2).
on a different side for buses here in Cairns)-- A peewit
sits on the
; August 8, 1940; the first day of the Battle of Britain?