How to use seabird in a sentence
Other seabirds aim for the calmer eye of the storm so as not to get ravaged by its spiral, effectively “eye-riding,” much like their hurricane-hunting human counterparts.
However, the findings could help scientists better gauge the threats facing seabird populations now and in the future.Cyclones can be fatal for seabirds, but not in the way you think | Kate Baggaley | September 16, 2021 | Popular-Science
There is a more robust nutrient flow between the water and the land, thanks to the seabirds, increasing the fish biomass off these healthy islands.How Surprising Connections Can Save the Ocean - Issue 99: Universality | Mary Ellen Hannibal | April 29, 2021 | Nautilus
In the height of summer, when they’re filled with seabirds, “It’s just bird cacophony all over the place,” she recalls.How scientists helped Alaska’s “Rat Island” shake off its namesake rodents | Ellie Shechet | March 10, 2021 | Popular-Science
In this place, for reasons that aren’t entirely clear to scientists, seabirds who become lost as they fly along the coast, or across the ocean, congregate.
Operation seabird began while the storm was still over water.Relief Workers Report on Conditions in the Philippines | Peter Meijer | November 15, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The boys soon saw the seabird plowing her way to the landing.St. Nicholas v. 13 No. 9 July 1886 | Various
On the night of the shooting one hundred men proceeded to the Pacific street wharf where the Coliah and seabird were anchored.Port O' Gold | Louis John Stellman
The seabird goes over it like one of her namesakes; she is not taking a teacupful now over her bows.
The seabird felt the relief from the pressure of the heavy boom to leeward and rose easily and lightly over the waves.
The seabird passed within a cable's length of the breakers at the northern end of the reef.
British Dictionary definitions for sea bird
a bird such as a gull, that lives on the sea
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