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“The black-bellied golden rodent, he says, is Alsace as much as Riesling white wine and onion pies.”
“Smart in their black-bellied summer plumage, sun bright on their patterned brown backs, they work their way through their chosen patch in loose formation.”
“While the aging mother can identify "black-bellied plovers," her children are connoisseurs of Yoplait.”
“On Isle Grand Terre, LSU researcher Richard Gibbons saw a black-bellied plover, a skinny-legged shorebird, with oil on its face.”
“Murtagh gloomily scanned the clouds, hanging black-bellied over the harbor, their freight of snow wastefully melting into the frigid waves.”
“If we talk about a black-bellied plover, sometimes we mean an actual bird—that one running along the beach over there just above the water line; and sometimes we mean a category of bird, the concept of a species of bird in this case pluvialis squatarola.”
“I had the honor to communicate with Norman, a Barbados black-bellied sheep, in a demonstration consultation at a lecture sponsored by the Ohlone Humane Society.”
“Dunlin, black-bellied plovers, semipalmated plovers, sanderlings, semipalmated sandpipers, ruddy turnstones, and other shorebirds too far away to identify are all hanging out together.”
“In savanna-like areas in the south there are several grassland-dependent species including side-striped jackal Canis adustus, serval Felis serval,, Grimm's duiker Sylvicapra grimmia and black-bellied bustard Eupodotis melanogaster.”
“The park has populations of 20 open habitat bird species that are considered to be endangered, including hyacinth macaw Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus (VU), rufous-sided pygmy-tirant Euscarthmus rufomarginatus (VU), black-bellied seedeater Sporophila hypochroma (NT) and black-and-tawny seedeater Sporophila nigrorufa (EN).”
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