Examples of waterfowl in a Sentence
The lake is a refuge for migrating waterfowl.
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The diverse population is a mix of wild and domestic waterfowl.
The park offers stunning views of the Chugach Mountains, flocks of waterfowl for the birders, glittering stretches of serene water, picnic tables and benches for contemplative breaks and a lively playground for the kids.
One night, in this lull between winter and summer lake activities, waterfowl diving for their dinners provided the show.
The committee also discussed exempting park areas with waterfowl, such as Brunswick Lake and North Park, from the wildlife feeding ban.
Then came masses of waterfowl and shorebirds that feed on the insects.
Castaneda worked with computer experts in Austin to develop a chip and the technology to replicate those sounds in a lure to attract fish much like rattling antlers for deer and calls for turkeys and waterfowl.
Expected hunting success is poor - most waterfowl were observed on open water on reservoir.
Trails offer visitors passage into forests of sabal palms and live oaks draped in Spanish moss, ponds busy with herons, kingfishers and waterfowl, and riparian wetlands skirting the banks of the Rio Grande.
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WATERFOWL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of waterfowl for English Language Learners
: a duck or similar bird that swims and lives in or near water
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