golden plover definition

  • noun:
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • American golden plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • American golden plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • United states fantastic plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • American golden plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • plovers of Europe and The united states obtaining the backs marked with golden-yellow places
    • plovers of European countries and The united states having the backs marked with golden-yellow places
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • plovers of European countries and The united states getting the backs marked with golden-yellow places
    • US golden plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • plovers of European countries and The united states getting the backs marked with golden-yellow spots
    • plovers of Europe and The united states obtaining the backs marked with golden-yellow places
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Pacific fantastic plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • United states golden plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • plovers of European countries and America obtaining the backs marked with golden-yellow spots
    • Eurasian fantastic plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • US fantastic plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • plovers of European countries and America having the backs marked with golden-yellow places
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • United states fantastic plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • United states fantastic plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • plovers of Europe and America getting the backs marked with golden-yellow spots
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • Eurasian golden plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • American golden plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • plovers of Europe and The united states having the backs marked with golden-yellow places
    • United states fantastic plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • Pacific fantastic plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • Eurasian fantastic plover, Pluvialis apricaria
    • US golden plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • Pacific golden plover, Pluvialis fulva
    • plovers of Europe and America having the backs marked with golden-yellow places
    • United states fantastic plover, Pluvialis dominic
    • plovers of European countries and America having the backs marked with golden-yellow spots
    • plovers of European countries and America getting the backs marked with golden-yellow places
    • plovers of European countries and The united states obtaining the backs marked with golden-yellow places
  • adjective:
    • one of the types of plovers, associated with the genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- labeled as also yellow plover, black-breasted plover, mountain plover, and whistling plover. The normal United states species (Charadrius dominicus) can also be called frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of the species of plovers, associated with genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- labeled as also yellow plover, black-breasted plover, slope plover, and whistling plover. The typical American types (Charadrius dominicus) can be called frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of several species of plovers, regarding the genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- labeled as also yellow plover, black-breasted plover, hill plover, and whistling plover. The common US species (Charadrius dominicus) is also called frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of many types of plovers, associated with genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- labeled as additionally yellow plover, black-breasted plover, slope plover, and whistling plover. The common American types (Charadrius dominicus) normally called frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of several species of plovers, regarding the genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- labeled as also yellowish plover, black-breasted plover, mountain plover, and whistling plover. The common United states species (Charadrius dominicus) can be called frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of the types of plovers, of genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- labeled as additionally yellowish plover, black-breasted plover, mountain plover, and whistling plover. The typical US species (Charadrius dominicus) normally called frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of the types of plovers, associated with the genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- called additionally yellowish plover, black-breasted plover, hill plover, and whistling plover. The most popular US species (Charadrius dominicus) can be called frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of several types of plovers, for the genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- called in addition yellowish plover, black-breasted plover, mountain plover, and whistling plover. The most popular United states types (Charadrius dominicus) can also be known as frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of several types of plovers, regarding the genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- called additionally yellowish plover, black-breasted plover, slope plover, and whistling plover. The normal American types (Charadrius dominicus) can also be known as frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of the species of plovers, regarding the genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- called also yellowish plover, black-breasted plover, hill plover, and whistling plover. The most popular US species (Charadrius dominicus) can also be known as frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of the species of plovers, of this genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- labeled as additionally yellow plover, black-breasted plover, mountain plover, and whistling plover. The common United states types (Charadrius dominicus) can be called frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of many types of plovers, of this genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- labeled as also yellow plover, black-breasted plover, hill plover, and whistling plover. The most popular United states types (Charadrius dominicus) normally known as frostbird, and bullhead.
    • one of many species of plovers, of genus Charadrius, esp. the European (Charadrius apricarius, syn. Charadrius pluvialis; -- called additionally yellowish plover, black-breasted plover, mountain plover, and whistling plover. The most popular American species (Charadrius dominicus) can be known as frostbird, and bullhead.

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