Traducción de curlew en Español:

curlew

zarapito, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkəːl(j)uː//ˈkərlˌju//ˈkərˌlu/

nombre

  • 1

    zarapito masculino
    • It is similar in size, shape, and color to the Marbled Godwit, but the curlew's decurved bill distinguishes it from the upturned bill of the Marbled Godwit.
    • A giant among waders, the curlew is unmistakable with long bill and legs.
    • Conservationists are now hoping for fine weather this year to give the tiny chicks of birds such as lapwing, curlew, redshank and snipe a chance of survival.
    • It is the home of the lapwing, curlew, golden plover, dunlin and red grouse.
    • The shocking results from the county are that no breeding pairs of curlew, lapwing, redshank, snipe or oystercatcher were recorded on the sites surveyed.
    • This quirk of avian physiology turned out to be the key to explaining some odd behavior of the eastern curlew, a shorebird that vacations in Australia before taking off to breed in Siberia.
    • He has 120 breeding pairs of waders on his land, including lapwings, curlews and redshanks.
    • So why cannot hen harriers, sparrowhawks and goshawks be controlled to protect lapwings, curlews, golden plovers and, yes, pheasants and grouse?
    • The waders, curlews, plovers and lapwing were there long before the hedgehogs were introduced.
    • At first glance the drained muds of the Blyth estuary were dotted with shelduck, redshank, curlew, wigeon, pintail and black headed gulls.
    • Other wildlife to be seen at the reserve includes a number of notable bird species such as golden plover, curlew and greenshank.
    • When I came in April, the whimbrel, a summer migrant, had arrived to join the resident curlews, redshanks and oystercatchers.
    • In the mud flats of the Bay of Fundy, you'll see large roosts of shorebirds - plovers, yellowlegs, godwits, curlews, and phalaropes - at high tide.
    • The large numbers of birds in the area, including nationally important numbers of golden plover, curlew, dunlin, merlin and twite, make it a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
    • Rare bird species, including wading birds such as the curlew, lapwing and snipe, would also be reintroduced to the site under the plans.
    • The Peak District provides some of the last remaining habitats for golden plover, lapwing, curlew and twite.
    • He insists this perception is wrong and that the main threat to curlews and plovers comes not from buzzards but habitat loss.
    • ‘We call this lazy birding,’ says Clarke, pointing out the thousands of brown and white pelicans, the curlews, godwits, and avocets around us.
    • The moorland blaze has come at a bad time for ground-nesting birds such as golden plovers, curlews, lapwings and merlins, a rare bird of prey.
    • Other migratory birds observed in the shallow waters were bar headed geese, open bill storks, northern pintails, gadwalls, curlews, black tailed godwits, spoonbills, green shanks, red shanks and so on.