Translation of fledged in Spanish:

fledged

plumado, adj.

Pronunciation /flɛdʒd//flɛdʒd/

adjective

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    plumado
    con plumas
    see also full-fledged
    • In New York State alone - where an aggressive restoration program operates - the number of fledged young rose from fifteen in 1990 to seventy-one in 2000.
    • The average numbers of fledged young produced per pair during 1995, 1996, and 1997 in those colonies are in bold type.
    • Near one of the lakes I saw 8 pied kingfishers perched on the top of a date palm, it may have been the parent birds with their recently fledged young.
    • By mid-July, adults and recently fledged young form small, loose flocks.
    • Fledging success (proportion of hatchlings that resulted in fledged young) was considered as a partial measure of reproductive success.
    • Newly fledged young have been found as early as May 21, suggesting a laying date of about March 20.
    • The two study plots were checked regularly to determine date of egg laying, clutch size, hatching date, and number of fledged young.
    • The percentage of experimental eggs that gave rise to fledged chicks declined significantly with position in the laying sequence.
    • Banding usually takes place during July-September (most bandings in this study occurred during August), and both young, fledged birds and adults are banded by capturing birds in bait traps.
    • The male may provide support for up to 12 days after the young leave the nest, and the young often join other newly fledged young on communal roosts.
    • Egg quality was also assessed in terms of the probability that an egg would give rise to a fledged chick.
    • They were still feeding their fledged young, but in two more days the female had relined the nest and then immediately started laying a second clutch of eggs.
    • A typical adult will breed several times over its long natural lifespan, but will only produce a small number of fledged chicks.
    • A nest was considered successful if at least one nestling was fledged.