Other species such as northern elephant seals (Mirounga angustirostris), Brandt's cormorants (Phalacrocorax penicillatus), western gulls (Larus occidentalis), and federally threatened western snowy plovers (Charadrius alexandrinus nivosus) breed and rear their young there.
What does BRAC stand for?
BRAC stands for Brandt's Cormorant (bird species)
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We have 78 other meanings of BRAC in our Acronym Attic
- Building Research Advisory Board (National Research Council)
- Bangladesh Rehabilitation Assistance Committee (est. 1972)
- Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (now Building Resources Across Communities)
- Base Realignment And Closure (US DoD)
- Bathymetric Recovery Area Chart
- Baton Rouge Area Chamber (Louisiana)
- Biomedical Research Advisory Committee
- Bioterrorism Response Advisory Committee
- Blue Ribbon Advisory Council (various locations)
- Blue Ridge Apartment Council (Charlottesville, VA)
- Brionnais Rétro Automobile Club (French car association)
- Bronx River Art Center (New York, NY)
- Budget Rent A Car system
- Buell Racing Club (France)
- Building Regulations Advisory Committee
- Building Resources Across Communities (formerly Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee)
- Bureau Régional de l'Afrique Centrale (French: Regional Office for Central Africa; International Union for Conservation of Nature)
- Base Realignment and Closure Act
- Base Realignment and Closure Commission
- Black River Area Community Coalition (Ludlow, VT)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The ferry from San Francisco motors slowly around the west side of the isle, passing decrepit buildings surrounded by Alcatraz's new residents: black Brandt's cormorants, Western gulls and the other birds that have made their home there since U.
In their travels the Blues see snowy egrets, great blue herons, laughing gulls, roseate terns, Atlantic puffins, American oystercatchers, magnificent frigate birds, sandpipers, Brandt's cormorant, brown pelicans, winter wrens, thick-billed immures, and common loons.
Snowy Egrets, Brandt's Cormorants, Pigeon Guillemots and Pelagic Cormorants also spend time there.