godwit : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n large wading bird that resembles a curlew; has a long slightly upturned bill
- New Jersey's Assemblymen were puzzled by a bill introduced last month permitting use of the bow arrow in hunting brant, gallinules, coots, dowitchers, turn-stones, godwits,.
- You can see everything from a red-necked stint to an Asiatic golden plover to a black-tailed godwit as the migrating fowl stop over to munch at the reserve's shrimp ponds.
News & Articles
- Godwit Days “Mini-Festival”
Join any of nine small-group trips selected to cover a range of the area’s best birding locations. Visit www.godwitdays.org for more information.
Oct. 6, 2013 - The North Coast Journal
- My Turn: The refuge and the road
Every spring and autumn, the bar-tailed godwit flies more than 7,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean between New Zealand and Alaska, making no stops. It doesn't eat or drink. It doesn't complain. It doesn't always survive.
Oct. 4, 2013 - Juneau Empire