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“The latter include the critically endangered white-eyed river-martin (Pseudochelidon sirintarae), the globally threatened Bengal florican (Eupodotis bengalensis), and the endangered greater adjutant (Leptoptilos dubius) and white-shouldered ibis (Pseudibis davisoni).”
“Although unsuitable for agriculture, areas that have been degraded to reed beds nonetheless are still important sites for waterfowl, providing feeding grounds for the eastern sarus crane (Grus antigone), white-shouldered ibis (P. davisoni), and near-endemic giant ibis (Pseudibis gigantea) (Table 2).”
“A flock of between 20 and 30 white-shouldered ibis, a critically endangered species with only 250 existing in the wild, was found in a protected wetland in Stung Treng province, said ecological adviser Kong Kimsreng of the Mekong”
“PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - A flock of one of the world's most endangered birds the white-shouldered ibis has been discovered in a remote province in northeast Cambodia, a conservationist said Monday.”
“Unless you've got some kind of personal problem with the white-shouldered ibis, this one pretty much speaks for itself.”
“Rather a ponderous, white-shouldered weight, pressing terribly on the earth, and murmuring like two watchful lions.”
“Monkish herbs and sweet-smelling old-world flowers grew modestly in this domain once sacred to the chatelaine of Hatton; and Paul kept ghostly tryst with a white-shouldered lady whose hair was dressed high upon her head, and powdered withal, and to whose bewitching red lips the amorous glance was drawn by a patch cunningly placed beside a dimple.”
“America, and in a famous restaurant, where I was dining, saw white-shirted men and white-shouldered women sipping glasses abrim with the sparkling wine of Rheims, the picture of those blood-stained cobbles in that French city flashed before me, and I experienced a momentary sensation of disgust, for it seemed to me that in the amber depths I caught a stain of crimson.”
“The white-shouldered lark-bunting, in its livery of black, has rich, full notes, and as it sings on the wing it reminds one of the bobolink; and the sweet-voiced lark-finch also utters its song in the air.”
“Surely Fionguala, the white-shouldered, would hear, and awaken from her sleep of centuries, and come to the latticed casement and look down!”
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