At a few sites young bluethroats were seen whilst common redpoll were widespread.
What does BLUE stand for?
BLUE stands for Bluethroat (bird species)
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- Bangladesh Linux Users Alliance
- Bigfork Land Use Advisory Committee (Montana; est. 1993)
- Be Loyal Until Death (gaming clan)
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- Best Linear Unbiased Estimator
- Bluestone National Scenic River (US National Park Service)
- Bruford Levin Upper Extremities (band)
- Navy Appropriation (CNO-Sponsored)
- ATCCS Architecture Diagrams and Spreadsheets
- Bovine Lung Microvascular Endothelial Cells
- Blue Force (representing US Forces)
- Bay Logistik, Umwelt und Entsorgungs Systeme (German: Bay Logistics, Environmental and Disposal Systems; Germany)
- Better Logic Using Expert Software (Salvatore T. March publication)
- Boeing Look Up Everything System
- Basic Low Earth Orbit Unsw Experimental Satellite
- Blue Light Using FAD (Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide)
Samples in periodicals archive:
positive) 2004 2005 Common name Taxonomic name Jurmo Tauvo Lagskar Willow warbler Phylloscopus 29 105 159 trochilus Garden warbler Sylvia borin 1 1 46 Spotted flycatcher Muscicapa striata 7 1 36 Pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca 7 19 13 Redstart Phoenicurus 8 16 10 phoenicurus Whitethroat Sylvia communis 1 34 Bluethroat Luscinia svecica 1 30 1 Lesser whitethroat Sylvia curruca 4 24 Sedge warbler Acrocephalus 3 schoenobaenus Red-backed shrike Lanius collurio 1 8 (1) Robin Erithacus rubecula 2 2 (1) 5 Song thrush Turdus philomelos 11 (1) Blackcap Sylvia atricapilla 4 6 Redpoll Carduelis flammea 3 1 Other (<5 5 5 19 individuals/ species) ([dagger]) Total 70 196 362 No.
Every spring a few bluethroats, which are close relatives of native Robins, are seen on British coasts.
SEVERAL rare bluethroats arrived on the East Coast after they were blown off course by strong easterly winds.
Another clever bird was the bluethroat, tinkling on a green branch.
The bluethroat, finest songbird and virtuoso, sits to compose its lovely melody.
What a purple patch the area had with a bluethroat (bronlas) found at Leasowe, Wirral, followed by a nightingale (eos) on Hilbre.