The third phase of Mourning and White-Winged Dove season wraps up on the WMA on Jan.
What does WWDO stand for?
WWDO stands for White-Winged Dove (bird species Zenaida asiatica)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
We have 2 other meanings of WWDO in our Acronym Attic
- Wroclawska Wodna Druzyna Harcerek (Polish girl scouts organization)
- What Would David Hasselhoff Do
- What Would Dirty Harry Do?
- Wireless Web Data, Inc.
- Warioware: Do It Yourself (gaming)
- Warioware: Do It Yourself Showcase (gaming)
- World Wide Distance Learning
- Wide Wavelength Division Multiplexing (IEEE)
- Wideband Wavelength Division Multiplexing (Lucent)
- World-Wide Data Management System
- World Wide Day of Prayer
- Watershed-Wide Waste Discharge Requirement (California)
- World Water Development Report
- World Wide Disaster Relief (Christian search and rescue)
- Worldwide Developer Relations (Apple Inc.)
- Watson Wyatt Data Services
- What Would Darwin Say
- World Wide Drawing Session (blog)
- Wisconsin Working Stock Dog Association
- World-Wide Digital Systems Architecture (DISA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Discussion--The white-winged dove has expanded its geographic range across the southwestern united states, prompting additional research and monitoring activities to learn more about the ecology of this species.
The white-winged dove is mostly a tropical species found in the southeastern United States and Mexico.
White-winged doves were first recorded in Jefferson County, Colorado, in 1869 (one shot near timberline
He's a member of the pigeon family which includes the familiar rock dove, and the common city pigeon, as well as the white-winged dove of the Southwest.
The answer is that bees do a lot of the work, sharing morning pollination duties with white-winged doves (which you can see in the museum's incomparable, walk-in aviary for native birds).