Of course, there will be other bleeding hearts this spring, of the human and birdlike variety, including those among the Western kingbirds - aggressive flycatchers - that don't catch their fill.
What does WEKI stand for?
WEKI stands for Western Kingbird (bird species Tyrannus verticalis)
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Water and Environment Journal
- WellnessWise Electronic Journal
- World Economic Justice (Canada)
- West Essex Junior High School
- Wearable Everyday Klothes
- Waikato Environment for Knowledge Analysis
- Western Early Keyboard Association (est. 1998)
- What Everybody Keeps Asking (disability information website; New Zealand)
- World Eskrima Kali Arnis Federation (martial arts; Philippines)
- Windsor Essex Kent County Bowling Association (Canada)
- Westfälische Kornverkaufsgenossenschaft (German: Westfalian Grain Cooperative)
- Where Everybody Knows Your Name (Cheers fan website)
- War Excess League (gaming)
- Water Efficiency Leader (US EPA; annual award; est. 2006)
- Water Environment and Life Organisation (Nepal)
- Wave Engineering Laboratories (Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International; Japan)
- Weapon Equipment List
- What Ever, Loser
- Wildcat Exploration Ltd. (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Upward trends have been recorded for the western kingbird, blue grosbeak, and cliff swallow, among others.
Western Kingbird Tyrannus verticalis--A pair fed two large nestlings at the Mexican customs inspection station at the Pharr-Reynosa bridge, extreme northern Tamaulipas (26[degrees]02'28"N, 98[degrees]12'37"W, ca.