Translation for 'common murre' from English to Norwegian
NOUN   a common murre | common murres
SYNO common murre | Uria aalge
lomvi {m} [Uria aalge]
common murre [Am.]
Partial Matches
polarlomvi {m} [Uria lomvia]
thick-billed murre [Am.]
alminnelig {adj}common
vanlig {adj}common
felles {adj}common
allmenn {adj}common
nordpadde {m/f} [Bufo bufo]
common toad
gransanger {m} [Phylloscopus collybita]
(common) chiffchaff
tornsanger {m} [Curruca communis, syn.: Sylvia communis]
(common) whitethroat
sørnattergal {m} [Luscinia megarhynchos]
(common) nightingale
trane {m/f} [Grus grus]
common crane
musvåk {m} [Buteo buteo]
common buzzard
svartand {m/f} [Melanitta nigra]
common scoter
bokfink {m} [Fringilla coelebs]
(common) chaffinch
krikkand {m/f} [Anas crecca]
common teal
gravand {m/f} [Tadorna tadorna]
(common) shelduck
enkeltbekkasin {m} [Gallinago gallinago]
common snipe
makrellterne {m/f} [Sterna hirundo]
common tern
svartstrupe {m} [Saxicola rubicola]
(common) stonechat
tårnseiler {m} [Apus apus]
common swift
gråsisik {m} [Acanthis flammea, syn.: Carduelis flammea]
(common) redpoll
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Usage Examples English
  • There are a number of large colonies of common murre in the bay. Beluga whales are also occasionally sighted in the bay – they were formerly seen here regularly.
  • The area provides important nesting habitat for seabirds such as Common Eider, Common Murre, Razorbill, Common Tern, and Arctic Tern.
  • The genus "Uria" was introduced by the French zoologist Mathurin Jacques Brisson in 1760 with the common murre ("Uria aalge") as the type species.
  • Matinicus Rock is known as being the southernmost nesting site for the Atlantic puffin and as of 2009, the common murre.
  • He is a fashionable common murre. He contributes to the town by promoting sightseeing and certain events.

  • Certain groups of seabirds called common murre migrate north by swimming.
  • Parrish has an undergraduate degree from Carnegie-Mellon (1982) She has examined interactions between bald eagles and common murres and noted declines in the common murre population as a result of the recovery of the bald eagles.
  • Those on display include the seabirds tufted puffin, common murre, rhinoceros auklet, pigeon guillemot, and the shore bird black oystercatcher.
  • Other bird species include razorbill, Northern fulmar, peregrine falcon, black-legged kittiwake, black guillemot, and common murre (guillemot).
  • At one time the site was used for nesting by thousands of common murre ("Uria aalge"), but due to egg collecting and illegal hunting by 2010 there were only 12 of these birds in the sanctuary.

  • Stories about COASST observations have presented the stories of citizen scientists, common murre die-offs, Cassin's auklets, and puffins In 2013, the White House honored Parrish for her work in establishing and leading the COASST program.
  • There are many bird nest s in the steep slopes of the twin towers and birds which can be observed are black-legged kittiwake, common murre, puffin and northern fulmar.
  • It is also in the southernmost range of the common murre (adopted as the symbol of the nature reserve) and is one of the few breeding locations of the band-rumped storm petrel.
  • The complex is also responsible for the Common Murre Restoration Project, designed to protect seabird life on the California central cost, including the Common Murre.
  • The amount of these fish is increasing in the common murre's diet.

  • The life-history traits of the razorbill are similar to that of the common murre. However, razorbills are slightly more agile.
  • In 1972 the largest population on the Funk Island was that of the thin-billed or common murre, the population count was 396,461 pairs [...].
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