Examples of waterfowl in a Sentence
The lake is a refuge for migrating waterfowl.
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Species the group frequently accepts are squirrels, opossums, rabbits, raccoons, birds of prey, waterfowl, migratory birds, turtles, and snakes.
Dale Hall, the head of Ducks Unlimited — one of the world's largest waterfowl habitat conservation groups — cheered a $1.855 million increase for the North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) program from 2017.
Limited movement by boat only is allowed for waterfowl hunters as long as the roseau does not travel more than a quarter mile from its original location.
That was a bill to allow hunters to purchase a lifetime stamp to hunt waterfowl, rather than having to buy one every year.
Together with Gore, Sitka has since developed several Optifade patterns, each specialized for a different type of hunting, based on animal (big game, whitetail, waterfowl) and environment (wooded areas, open spaces, marshes).
Fifteen years ago, most bald eagles were winter residents, arriving inland during the January through August mating seasons, eagles follow the paths of migratory waterfowl.
Pacific halibut, walleye pollock, Pacific cod and Pacific herring populate surrounding waters, and eagles, waterfowl and seabirds were also likely in the area, DEC said Tuesday.
About 350 birds have been found dead since the beginning of December, a tiny fraction of the tens of thousands of waterfowl who winter in the area.
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Definition of waterfowl for English Language Learners
: a duck or similar bird that swims and lives in or near water
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