Gannet sentence example
- Laura introduced us to some of the seabirds which included a very cool gannet.
- gannet colony in the northern hemisphere.
- If the wing of a gannet, just shot, be removed and made to flap in what the operator believes to be a strictly vertical downward direction, the tip of the wing, in spite of him, will dart forwards between 2 and 3 ft.
- Phaethon, tropic-bird; Sula, gannet; Phalacrocorax, cormorant and Plotus, snake-bird; Fregata, frigate-bird; Pelecanus.
- cormorant (q.v.) and gannet as well as the true pelicans, and for a long while these and some other distinct groups, as the snake-birds (q.v.), frigate-birds (q.v.) and tropic-birds (q.v.), which have all the four toes of the foot connected by a web, were regarded as forming a single family, Pelecanidae; but this name has now been restricted to the pelicans only, though all are still usually associated in the suborder Steganopodes of Ciconiiform birds.Advertisement
- coiled tubing well was drilled from the Gannet platform in early 2004.
- fixed-wing aircraft carriers, airborne radar was the responsibility of the Fairey Gannet AEW.3 turboprop aircraft.
- gannet chicks and adults.
- gannet population is in Britain where their numbers are steadily increasing.
- gannet numbers were highest over the continental shelf region, where foraging adults dominated.Advertisement
- A superb gannet, guillemots, razorbills, shags, kittiwakes and, of course, a lot of gulls where seen.
- THE GANNET is Britain's largest seabird with a wing span of just under two meters.
- Despite this, the first coiled tubing well was drilled from the Gannet platform in early 2004.
- THE GANNET is Britain 's largest seabird with a wing span of just under two meters.
- in the gannet.Advertisement
- Gannet, " Dictionary of Elevations " (1898), and " River Profiles," publications of United States Geological Survey; G.
- Gannet, " Forests of the United States"; idem, Both Annual Report, pt.
- The sea-birds include a great variety of gulls, guillemots, cormorants, albatrosses (four species), fulmars and petrels, and in the Gulf of St Lawrence the gannet is very abundant.