from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A seasonal route followed by birds migrating to and from their breeding areas.
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- n. A migratory route used by birds between breeding areas.
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- n. the geographic route along which birds customarily migrate
Since its relish in the middle of the keyword flyway, the Salton Sea [...]
Iran, Kazakhstan and Russia will use a 'flyway' approach to protect the remaining 3000 - 3500 birds.
After the breeding season, three of the four birds went home following the same Australasian "flyway".
Sadly Champlain is the magor flyway and im gonna have trouble finding good shooting where i am.
Description no ducks in the central flyway this year
Woodcock, apparently, are also slow to adapt to changes -- changes such as a teeming city being built in the middle of an historic flyway.
If the powers that be ban lead in the States it should also be banned in Mexico and along the flyway.
I live on the Atlantic flyway and the numbers of ducks, geese and swans continues to climb.
Yeah, I have heard about that no limit snow goose hunt in the central flyway.
Besides which, since so many ducks have abandoned the Upper Mississippi flyway, we hunters need something to hunt.
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