Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having red legs or feet, as a bird: specifically noting several birds.

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Examples

  • In the Pacific Southwest region, that means ongoing efforts regarding 290 endangered and threatened species, including the California red-legged frog and the Southern sea otter.

    Larry Rabin: Protecting endangered species "for our children and grandchildren"

  • In the Pacific Southwest region, that means ongoing efforts regarding 290 endangered and threatened species, including the California red-legged frog and the Southern sea otter.

    Protecting endangered species 'for our children and grandchildren'

  • For good measure, half of Altamont's 2,100 acres is a certified wildlife habitat that's home to the endangered San Joaquin kit fox, the western burrowing owl and the threatened California red-legged frog and tiger salamander.

    America's Biggest Landfills

  • In the Pacific Southwest, that means ongoing efforts regarding 290 endangered and threatened species, including the California red-legged frog and the Southern sea otter.

    FED FACES: Larry Rabin

  • For good measure, half of Altamont's 2,100 acres is a certified wildlife habitat that's home to the endangered San Joaquin kit fox, the western burrowing owl and the threatened California red-legged frog and tiger salamander.

    America's Biggest Landfills

  • In Italy we have both the red-legged and grey-legged varieties of partridge.

    Giorgio Locatelli's Italian Christmas recipes

  • In the case of bullfrogs, they are directly responsible for the decline of many native species of the West, including the Chiricahua leopard frog, the California red-legged frog, and the California tiger salamander, among others, either by eating them, out-competing them for food and habitat, or by spreading disease.

    David Mizejewski: Newt Kills Frog With Chemical Warfare

  • In the case of bullfrogs, they are directly responsible for the decline of many native species of the West, including the Chiricahua leopard frog, the California red-legged frog, and the California tiger salamander, among others, either by eating them, out-competing them for food and habitat, or by spreading disease.

    David Mizejewski: Newt Kills Frog With Chemical Warfare

  • Some people blame taxes, others blame the red-legged tree frog, and a couple of locals said the plant owned by Mexico's Cemex SAB was regulated out of business—or was just in a slump.

    What's the Matter With Davenport?

  • For good measure, half of Altamont's 2,100 acres is a certified wildlife habitat that's home to the endangered San Joaquin kit fox, the western burrowing owl and the threatened California red-legged frog and tiger salamander.

    America's Biggest Landfills

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