Examples of waterfowl in a Sentence
The lake is a refuge for migrating waterfowl.
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Statewide, habitat conditions for those arriving waterfowl are above average, Kraai said.
The plain's lands and waters are breeding, nesting, spawning, calving, feeding and denning grounds for caribou, polar bears, musk oxen, wolves, waterfowl, shorebirds, snowy owls, arctic grayling — more than 200 species in all.
In other places, gray wolves hunt mainly ungulates such as moose, elk, and deer, but coastal wolves also eat from the sea: waterfowl, otters, shellfish, even seals and sea lions.
Trumpeter swans, North America’s largest waterfowl species, have made a comeback in recent decades thanks to efforts to reintroduce them to their former breeding range.
The sites are maintained through hunting and fishing license sales, as well as waterfowl stamp purchases.
And questioned whether conservation wardens could issue a ticket for too much skin exposed on a waterfowl hunter.
The Trumpeter is the largest waterfowl weighing in at between 21-35 pounds, with the male heaver and noticeably larger than the female.
However, in urban parks, waterfowl populations tend to be large and feeding on land which results in larger amounts of feces being dropped on moist soil where the dung provides optimal breeding conditions.
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