Translation of avocet in Spanish:

avocet

avoceta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈævəˌsɛt//ˈavəsɛt/

noun

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    avoceta feminine
    • Birders can watch migratory species such as endangered clapper rails, dowitchers, and American avocets from the platform at Elsie Roemer Bird Sanctuary.
    • Currently, visitors to the flats are likely to see sandpipers, avocets, oystercatchers, godwits, dowitchers, plovers and other shorebirds on their way south.
    • Virtually every conservation body in the land controls foxes to stop predation of a range of birds from terns to avocets to grey partridges.
    • Shorebirds, for those of you who want to know but are afraid to ask, comprise many families of birds, including oystercatchers, stilts, avocets, plovers, turnstones, sandpipers and phalaropes.
    • There are herons, ducks, geese, ospreys, eagles, vultures, pelicans, gulls, plovers, avocets, storks, francolins, guinea fowls and many more.