- semi- + palmated (Wiktionary)
“Eastern Willet, Tringa s. semipalmata synonym; Catoptrophorus semipalmatus, formerly; Symphemia semipalmata, protonym; Scolopax semipalmata, also known as the semipalmated tattler or simply as the willet, photographed at Bolivar Peninsula, Texas, USA.”
“Migratory birds, such as semipalmated plover (Charadrius semipalmatus) and whimbrel (Numenius phaeopus) are found mostly from September through April, during their seasonal movements.”
“It's been almost four years now, four years of sitting quietly in my study and sipping tea and contemplating the migratory patterns of the semipalmated plover.”
“Dunlin, black-bellied plovers, semipalmated plovers, sanderlings, semipalmated sandpipers, ruddy turnstones, and other shorebirds too far away to identify are all hanging out together.”
“There were tons of semipalmated and least sandpipers, some sanderlings, two semipalmated plovers and one piping plover.”
“The one semipalmated plover I watched on the beach was the only one of those I saw.”
“I started the shift watching a semipalmated plover methodically feeding in the wet sand, moving from north to south.”
“James Ross observed any in their expeditions at higher latitudes, where they did see semipalmated plovers.”
“Maybe if I had the special fog-penetrating binoculars :- All the usual gull suspects put in appearances, as did sanderlings, semipalmated sandpipers, more willets, and tons and tons of cormorants.”
“We saw dainty Wilson's plover with their chicks, and also semipalmated sandpipers.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘semipalmated’.
Words in which the "-ate" suffix is used to mean "having," "resembling," "-like."
Adjectives used in actual (non-taxonomic) bird names, past and present.
Looking for tweets for semipalmated.