Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having red feet: as, the red-footed douroucouli, Nyctipithecus rufipes.
“Another activity teaches kids about the feeding habits of red-footed tortoises (Their favorite meal: cat food and worms.)”
“Robber fly possibly Promachus rufipes, red-footed cannibalfly eating a wasp that it has caught in flight, by Nicholas Plummer.”
“She is out of the car, hopping red-footed through the snow until he picks her up in his arms.”
“Major seabird and waterbird colonies include those of red-footed booby Sula sula (3,000-4,000 individuals) on Half Moon Caye, brown booby Sula leucogaster on Man O'War Caye, and common noddy Anous stolidus on Glover's Reef.”
“Similar pressures may be threatening the breeding colonies of red-footed booby of Half-Moon Caye, and of common noddy of Glover's Reef.”
“Aldabra is the main breeding site in the Indian Ocean for red-tailed tropic bird Phaethon rubricauda, red-footed booby Sula Sula, greater frigatebird Fregata minor and lesser frigatebird F. ariel.”
“Only the uninhabitated North Keeling Island supports significant tracts of tall and strand forest and has relatively large populations of the endangered buff-banded rail, red-footed boobies (Sula sula) and native land crabs.”
“The mammal fauna of the forests and forest margins includes yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus), red-footed squirrel (Funiscurius pyrrhopus), blue duiker (Cephalophus monticola), and bushpig (Potamochoerus porcus), but has been severely reduced through hunting.”
“The dominant garlic pear tree is a favored roost of the magnificent frigatebird Fregata magnificens, the most abundant seabird on the island (11,800 birds in 2001-2002) and of brown pelicans (200) and red-footed boobies Sula sula rubripes (200 birds).”
“Important populations of red-footed booby (Sula sula) inhabit Chagos.”
Looking for tweets for red-footed.