GS = grasshopper sparrow, EM = eastern meadowlark, BO = bobolink, SS = song sparrow, FS = field sparrow, MA = mallard, RO = American robin, RW = red-winged blackbird, BT = brown thrasher and WF = willow flycatcher (bars = SE).
What does EAME stand for?
EAME stands for Eastern Meadowlark (bird species Sturnella magna)
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We have 2 other meanings of EAME in our Acronym Attic
- Engineering, Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test (India)
- Enfants d'Aujourd'hui Monde de Demain (French youth association)
- Estonian Association of Muscular Disorders (Estonia)
- Euro-Arab Management Diploma
- European Accounts Modernisation Directive (EU)
- European Alliance of Muscular Dystrophy Associations
- Erster Anziger Mutiger Drahtesel Club (Austria)
- European American Music Distributors Corporation (Valley Forge, PA)
- Earth & Marine Environmental Consultants (UK)
- Eastern African Marine Ecoregion
- École d'Arts et Métiers d'Erquelinnes (Belgian arts and crafts school)
- European, Africa, & Middle Eastern
- Exhibition of Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (UK)
- École des Applications Militaires de l'Energie Atomique (French: School of Military Applications of Atomic Energy)
- European-Africa-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal
- Europe Africa Middle East Region
- European, African, and Middle Eastern Region (business region)
- E.A. Mundkowsky Finishing (West Springfield, PA)
- École des Apprentis Mécaniciens de la Flotte (French: Fleet Mechanics Apprentice School)
- École des Arts Martiaux Français (French: French School of Martial Arts)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The song of Eastern meadowlarks used to be the soundtrack of summer," one naturalist told a reporter for The New York Times.
Vesper Sparrow, Bobolink, and Eastern Meadowlark prefer large areas of grassy meadow, hayfields, and tall grasses.
The nesting ecology and reproductive performance of the eastern meadowlark.