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  • Wattled crane and wetland surveys in the Great Zambezi Delta, Mozambique.

    Zambezian coastal flooded savanna

  • Wattled screens against enemy fire still protected the road, and here and there was a "camouflage" canopy for a big gun.

    Everyman's Land

  • Wattled fences, with here and there a wall of stone, shelter the young shoots of trees, which grow up by degrees under the protection of these defences.

    Earth as Modified by Human Action, The~ Chapter 03 (historical)

  • Other new attractions to the zoo will be the Hamerkop, the Wattled Crane and the White-headed Lapwing.

    Latest articles - Radio Prague

  • Wattled cranes like this crane and her chick inhabit South Africa's Ntsikeni Wetland of International Importance.

    ENS

  • Double-Wattled Cassowaries are not threatened globally, but are suffering increased habitat loss.

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  • DENVER - In this week's Kyle's Kritters we visited with a most unique-looking bird, the Double-Wattled Cassowary.

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  • Wattled cranes are an endangered species and the zoo is part of a breeding programme to increase the number of these animals.

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  • A few common waders were also present and a flock of Wattled Starlings came down to drink.

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  • "Wattled cranes are among the most endangered crane species in southern Africa and are listed accordingly in the South African Red

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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