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  • n. Plural form of gyrfalcon.

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Examples

  • Colly, Jaz, and other local JCRs discover bodies of gyrfalcons and deduce that the poacher might be Harvey, a relative new-comer to Tuk, and the owner of the

    February 2009

  • When there is a practice emergency response in which the whole town is involved, the young Rangers notice that there is a tug and barge leaving Tuk loaded with a number of large boxes which could house gyrfalcons.

    February 2009

  • As the title suggests, there is an unknown person harming gyrfalcons, the official bird of the Northwest

    February 2009

  • Raptors prominent in many areas include golden eagles, marsh hawks, gyrfalcons, and snowy and other open country owls.

    Brooks Range Tundra - Polar Desert Province (Bailey)

  • Either the same year or the next, he flew his gyrfalcons in Lincolnshire and took nine more.

    A Year on the Wing

  • As we floated by, peregrine and gyrfalcons screamed in alarm while rough-legged hawks and golden eagles wheeled above.

    The Flight

  • Representative species include snow, Brant and Canada goose; yellow-billed, Arctic, and red-throated loons; whistling swans; oldsquaw ducks; gyrfalcons; willow and rock ptarmigan; red-necked phalarope; parasitic jaeger; snowy owls; hoary redpoll and snow bunting.

    Tundra ecoregion (CEC)

  • During summer, peregrine falcons, gyrfalcons, and golden eagles build nests on cliffs.

    Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, United States

  • Besieged humans attacked back with pesticides, and the fragile Arctic environment declined further as already precarious ptarmigan and gyrfalcons also succumbed to the sprayed poisons.

    Three Planetary Futures

  • The two gyrfalcons, Blysse's peregrine, and King Tedric's eagle were the only birds being flown today.

    Through Wolfs Eyes

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