- n. Plural form of mudflat.
“If you joined under the name mudflats, you could just update there when you make a new post on the blog.”
“The mudflats are a rich feeding ground for a number of small shorebirds, and for great blue herons, egrets, and kingfishers.”
“A walk through the mudflats is a must-do for tourists wanting to discover more of the Wadden Sea.”
“The "mudflats" of the land around Anchorage were the most dangerous part, and several Japanese landing boats got stuck and their troops mucked through them as Alaskan forces began to assemble, slowing progress.”
“The deceit is immediately obvious for the title is contradictory to the script below, and when you click on the 'mudflats' link the Ed Schultz lie is revealed.”
“Today it whips up off the white, tossing waves across the mudflats of the bay, rustling the cellophane of bouquets left in tribute to a murdered 16-year-old boy, Liam Aitchison.”
“We follow the tracks across the cracked mudflats, out past the sunken pilings now exposed and bleached by sun, to the deepest channel turned fetid pond.”
“The Yancheng National Nature Reserve occupies 453,000 hectares and is the largest coastal wetland in China with extensive mudflats along over 120 km of coastline, and about 3 million individuals of 200 bird species annually migrating through the site.”
“Rock Wall that extended far out into the bay and that served as a barrier between the mudflats and the tide-scoured channel of”
“Here they strolled along paths that weaved between salt marshes, mudflats, and rolling dunes, pausing to admire the yellow poppies and bluebells that sprouted up around the ruins of Llanddwyn Chapel.”
Looking for tweets for mudflats.