Translation of ornithology in Spanish:

ornithology

ornitología, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɔrnəˈθɑlədʒi//ˌɔːnɪˈθɒlədʒi/

noun

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    ornitología feminine
    • This fresh autobiographical study in amateur ornithology may be one of the first birding romance novels!
    • Priscilla had just begun studying ornithology, and she quickly applied to her university for funds to cover airfare and expenses for a trip to Rodrigues.
    • Its objectives are the advancement of ornithology and the promotion of the scientific study of birds among ornithologists in Europe.
    • After getting a master's in ornithology from Cornell University, she came to the Museum in 1956.
    • Twomey was one of the young men turned on to ornithology by a distinguished pioneer naturalist, Frank L. Farley, author of Birds of the Battle River Region of Central Alberta.
    • With a keen interest in ornithology as well as chemistry; he worked as a volunteer at the RSPB reserve at Minsmere.
    • Early works covering Norfolk ornithology make fascinating reading.
    • The role that field guides (together with their essential companion, binoculars) have played in ornithology is difficult to overstate.
    • His early interest in entomology was extended to ornithology after his arrival in the colony, and he sent many specimens back to England.
    • Hence, we should not only urge our students to think about the broader implications of their studies in ornithology, but to acquire as deep a training in avian biology as possible.
    • This account of the history of ornithology begins with a survey of writings on birds by the ancient Chinese, Greeks and Romans.
    • His broad biological knowledge extended far beyond ornithology, and his scientific competence and expertise rewarded him with an international reputation.
    • The ability to establish a technique for age estimation in wild birds will provide far-reaching benefits to aviculture, ornithology, and science in general.
    • The offspring of a long line of doctors, Mayr chose instead to concentrate his considerable intellectual abilities in the field of zoology, with a special interest in ornithology.
    • The Auk, their quarterly journal of ornithology, contains the results of original scientific research and book reviews and is one of the foremost in the field.
    • He travelled extensively after he retired, pursuing his interests in wildlife and wild places, and, in particular, ornithology.
    • The German author is widely recognized for his work in ornithology.
    • What do you consider your most important contribution to ornithology?
    • The non profit-making society aims to advance the education of the public in the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of ornithology, birds and bird study and promote protection of wild birds.
    • He produced two classics of Old World ornithology, first The Birds of Burma in 1940, followed by The Birds of Borneo in 1960.