1000 h on 20 February 2011, we observed a greater roadrunner hunting for prey near the Visitor Center at Anza Borrego State Park, San Diego County, California (33[degrees]15'26.
What does GRRO stand for?
GRRO stands for Greater Roadrunner (bird species Geococcyx californianus)
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- Global Rapid Response Intelligence Package (TeleCommunication Systems)
- Great River Regional Library
- Gulf Region Roller League (Pensacola, FL)
- George Raymond Richard Martin (author)
- Golden Retriever Rescue of Mid-Florida, Inc.
- Green River Resource Management Plan
- GrassRoots Recycling Network
- Golden Retriever Rescue of North Texas
- General Rules and Regulations of Operation (contracts; Hungary)
- Global Resource Recovery Organization (Des Moines, IA)
- Green Reuse and Recycling Organization (Beverly, MA)
- Golden Retriever Rescue of Michigan
- Golden Retriever Rescue of Wisconsin (Mukwonago, WI)
- Golden Retriever Rescue Operated With Love Statewide (New York)
- Generic Registry-Registrar Protocol
- Gorai River Restoration Project (Bangladesh)
- Great River Region Partnership (Iowa Regional Innovation Grants; Iowa Workforce Development; Des Moines, IA)
- Grid Resource Registration Protocol
- Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies
- Graduated Response for Risk Reduction
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Also keep your eye out for our fleet-footed state bird: the greater roadrunner.
The banks of the wash are frequented by deer, coyote, bobcat, numerous rodent species, as well as a rich diversity of bird life, including the red-tailed hawk, the greater roadrunner, the California quail, Anna's hummingbird and the great blue heron.