Is it the sight of a flock of red-winged blackbirds, the sound of the spring peepers, or the appearance of flowers in your yard?
What does RWB stand for?
RWB stands for Red-Winged Blackbird (bird watching)
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We have 29 other meanings of RWB in our Acronym Attic
- Retroperitoneal White Adipose Tissue (biochemistry)
- Routing and Wavelength Assignment with Tunnel Allocation
- Rotary Wing Aircraft Test Directorate (helicopter test department at Patuxent River, MD)
- Rural Water Association of Utah (Alpine, UT)
- Room With A View
- Rural Workforce Agency Victoria (Australia)
- Racing and Wagering Board
- Rauh Welt Begriff (German: Rough World Concept; Porsche tuner; Japan)
- Read-Write Buffer (computing)
- Red Wanting Blue (band)
- Refactoring Workbook (improving design of existing computer code.
- Regional Workforce Board (various locations)
- Regular Wheelbase (automotive)
- Renommierte Weingüter Burgenland (German: Renowned Weingueter Castle Country, German wine country)
- Reporters Without Borders
- Research Work Book
- Responsive Workbench (3D interactive VR workspace)
- Rheinisch-Westfaeli Berufskolleg (German technical school for hearing impaired)
- Rivers Without Borders
Samples in periodicals archive:
In this study however, all the song sparrow nests we located were on or near the ground and the majority of red-winged blackbird nests were 0.
has quashed a rumor that its planned 150,000-SF supercenter in Beebe is on hold while an environmental study is done to determine the impact on the red-winged blackbirds in the area.
It is the only college in the Chicagoland area that can boast of such an ecosystem right on its campus, where white-tailed deer, coyotes, red-winged blackbirds, prairie crayfish, butterflies, dragonflies, not to mention scores of indigenous plants, thrive.
the jellyfish Colwyn Bay More than 3,000 red-winged blackbirds are thought to have flown low to avoid explosions and collided with objects.
Follow the path that meanders through what was once an old gravel quarry, and the sounds of chittering chickadees, red-winged blackbirds and garrulous crows mingle with mallards muttering among the sedges.
On New Year's Eve, about 5,000 red-winged blackbirds fell dead in Arkansas and hundreds more in Louisiana.
It started with some 3,000 red-winged blackbirds tumbling from the skies above the small town of Beebe, Arkansas, shortly before midnight on New Year's Eve.