The additional presence of seldom-seen vesper sparrows, clay-colored sparrows and a gyrfalcon there has birders from all over the country ready to descend on the area en masse.
What does VESP stand for?
VESP stands for Vesper Sparrow (bird species Pooecetes gramineus)
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- Volunteers for Educational Support and Learning (London, UK)
- Very Early Strength Latex Modified Concrete
- Virtual E-Services Network
- Veolia Environmental Services North America
- Voluntary Euthanasia Society of New South Wales, Inc. (Broadway, New South Wales, Australia)
- Veterans Employment Services Office (US VA)
- Virtual Earth-Sun Observatory
- Volunteer Emergency Service Organization (New Jersey)
- Vlaams Economisch en Sociaal Overlegcomité (French, Belgium)
- Vocational English to Speakers of Other Languages
- Video Enhanced Service Provider
- Visually Evoked Scalp Potential
- Viva Espana Spanish Property
- Vivekanand Education Society Polytechnic (Mumbai, India)
- Voice Enhanced Service Provider
- Venous Enhanced Subtracted Peak Arterial
- Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Practice Association
- Virtual European Solar and Planetary Access (EU)
- Vosotros Españoles Sereis Pronto Americanos (Spanish)
- Venus Sounder for Planetary Explorer (NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The oak savannah and woodlands are home to the acorn woodpecker, vesper sparrow and white-breasted nuthatch, birds whose habitat has dwindled to almost nothing in the Oregon landscape, said Soll.
The hearing yesterday was held mainly because the airport has been identified as habitat and possibly home to two endangered species, the grasshopper sparrow and vesper sparrow.
Of particular significance is the high abundance of and nesting by species known to be undergoing population declines," including grasshopper sparrows, vesper sparrows, and dickcissels, they report.
Among them are the eastern meadowlark, short-eared owl, vesper sparrow, brown thrasher, grasshopper sparrow, and others.
Truesdell, admiring a hand-carved vesper sparrow he was given in appreciation of his efforts, may not have been listening.