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  • There will be wonderful blue-winged olive hatches on local trout rivers where brown and brook trout are chowing down before late-fall spawning.

    What's Your Fall Fishing Game Plan?

  • But I agree with Orannia, I'm sad there might not be a blue-winged angel!

    Legion - Angels!

  • Chickadees, grey-crowned rosy-finches, ravens, bald eagles, goldeneyes and a few red-winged blackbirds, a pair of blue-winged teal and a solitary rough-legged hawk were livening up the wind.

    Bird Cloud

  • Alida watched her mother walk back down the line again, stopping to talk to her sister, then bending low when a little blue-winged boy tugged at her sleeve.

    Following Magic

  • Never before I had seen so much gathered in one place—smoked salmon and raw oysters, chicken gumbo and sweet pea puree, soft-shelled crab and broiled bluefish, stuffed shoulder of lamb and braised beef with noodles, broiled quail and blue-winged teal duck served in a sauce espagnole, mushrooms on toast and pigeon with peas, stuffed eggplant, stewed tomatoes, parsnip cakes sautéed in butter, hash brown potatoes baked in cream. . .

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • On the farm, the blue-winged teal are arriving earlier and staying longer: they used to blow through in a week or two, now stay for months.

    The bird that wasn't here

  • A high density of semipermanent wetlands provide feeding and nesting habitat for dabbling ducks (blue-winged teal and mallard), and diving ducks (redhead and canvasback).

    Ecoregions of North Dakota and South Dakota (EPA)

  • The blue-winged goose (Cyanochen cyanoptera) is related to the sheldgeese of the alpine and temperate grasslands of South America.

    Biological diversity in the Eastern Afromontane

  • Winter visitors are comprised of the sandpipers (Calidris mauri and Micropalama himantopus), the blue-winged teal (Anas discors) and several Nearctic limicolaes.

    Coastal Venezuelan mangroves

  • Included in the ecoregion are the critically endangered Sulu bleeding-heart (Gallicolumba menagei), Tawitawi brown-dove (Phapitreron cinereiceps), and Sulu hornbill (Anthracoceros montani) and the endangered blue-winged racquet-tail (Prionoturus verticalis).

    Sulu Archipelago rain forests

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