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Sentence count:32Posted:2017-05-16Updated:2017-05-16
Similar words: birdbird dogearly birdhummingbirdbird's eye viewbirds of a feathersea breezemalleabilityMeaning: n. a bird that frequents coastal waters and the open ocean: gulls; pelicans; gannets; cormorants; albatrosses; petrels; etc.. 
(1) Seabirds often come inland to find food.
(2) Only the cry of seabirds disturbed the silence.
(3) Many seabirds died as a result of the oil spill.
(4) Seabirds flocked above our heads.
(5) The island is covered with seabirds.
(6) Thousands of seabirds are nesting on the cliffs.
(7) All the other species of seabird seemed to have been driven away by the bad weather.
(8) Add a mild climate and miles of beaches where sea-birds swoop on their fishing grounds from lofty cliffs rising from the foam.
(9) Sea-birds, like snowflakes(, turned lazily far out over the mud flats ....
(10) The local fishermen suffer, and so do the seabirds.
(11) Sea-birds froze on the packed ice on the marshes.
(12) Farther south, the millions of seabirds that normally nourish on the famous guano islands are being decimated.
(13) Seabirds were badly affected, with cormorants and black-necked grebes being among the first to die.
(14) Most of its prey are ducks and seabirds, fish and carrion.
(15) Probably the seabirds found extra food among the small fish and marine animals which clustered near the larger items of rubbish.
(16) Still feel in cuttlefish great dallis with seabird during, mew dives and fall, hold fish readily.
(17) The expedition recorded 17 species of seabird, four species of dolphins and five marine reptiles including two species of marine turtle.
(18) The impact on other seabird species is not insignificant.
(19) Being falling in love, SeaBird and Fish. Just a coincidence.
(20) Seabird in love with the Camel.
(21) The seaside fish market is a ready food supply for scavenging seabirds.
(22) Oil pollution is the commonest cause of death for seabirds.
(23) Much the smallest and shortest-billed auk, also the smallest diving seabird.
(24) The tiny island is now a National Nature Reserve, famous for seabirds and seals.
(25) Seal pelts are thin to the point of transparency and seabird chicks are too weak to stand.
(26) Above the tangled knots of old fishing-nets, still supported by their floats, always hovered seabirds, waiting for a meal.
(27) In spring Weddell seals have their pups on the ice floes offshore, and seabirds arrive in droves.
(28) The history of America at sea is presented through the travels of Seabird, a carved ivory gull.
(29) Prof Peter Ryan from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute at the University of Cape Town, has been actively engaged in seabird conservation, including fishery bycatch, for more than a decade.
(30) Gradually, it is complacent rise, often mix intentionally to the seaside seabird dally.
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