from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the tail more or less completely white: noting various birds and other animals.


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  • If Scotland isn't becoming entirely the nature reserve of the UK, then it's certainly its lungs – the successes with sea and white-tailed eagles, red grouse are great, but we need to do more for conservation, encouraged by these successes.

    Osprey webcam thrills bird lovers as Lady of the Loch awaits mate

  • Like every unpaved acre in this part of the world, our property harbors an ever-growing herd of white-tailed deer, and is thus infested with the little Lyme disease – carrying arachnids.

    The Great Guinea Hen Massacre

  • We have identified prion protein variants in the white-tailed deer population and demonstrated that Prnp genotype affects the susceptibility/disease progression of white-tailed deer to CWD agent.

    CWD Worse Than Ever In Wisconsin Counties

  • To search for possible CWD variant strains we analyzed 8 different CWD pools obtained from wild or domestic elk, mule deer and white-tailed deer.

    CWD Worse Than Ever In Wisconsin Counties

  • Managing for proper nutrition in white-tailed deer is important for good body condition, good fawn production and recruitment, and maximum antler growth.

    Anti-Deer-Hunting Billboard Goes Up in Kansas City

  • Two University of Toledo students who illegally killed a trophy white-tailed deer have been ordered to pay $13,278 in restitution to the Ohio Division of Wildlife ....

    Ohio Trophy Whitetail Poachers Pay Big Bucks

  • Obviously, the white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is quite abundant around here.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Along the way to the Piedras Bola you may come across some of the 107 species of birds found in these rugged hills and if you wander off onto one of the side trails, you may spot the tracks of puma, mountain lions, wild boars or white-tailed deer.

    Las Piedras Bola: the great stone balls of Ahualulco

  • Natural England is currently considering the reintroduction of the white-tailed eagle, hen harrier and short-haired bumblebee, while a recent feasibility study on the reintroduction of the Eurasian beaver in areas of England foresaw various potential ecological benefits.

    Biodiversity 100: actions for Europe

  • Britain's Ecological Society cites the osprey, white-tailed eagle, red kite and in particular large blue butterfly as recent examples of successful reintroductions.

    Biodiversity 100: actions for Europe


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