Waterbirds and shorebirds

Waterbirds and shorebirds

A lesson about the most common species of shorebirds.

Biology

Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Jámbor Gyuláné

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Keywords

white stork, Western marsh harrier, tőkés réce, mallard, stork, shore, aquatic lifestyle, reed bed, predator, migratory bird, migrating bird, non-migratory bird, tearing beak, úszóhártyás láb, wading feet, stork nest, grasping foot, straining beak, birds, nidicolous, plumage, beak, claw, wing, aviation, female, drake, preen gland, egg, bird egg, nest, nestling, vertebrates, bird sound, Central Europe, Africa, waterproof, prey, swamp, biology, nature study, zoology, environmental studies, ecology

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