Translation for 'Australian pelican' from English to Polish
NOUN   an Australian pelican | Australian pelicans
pelikan {m} australijski [Pelecanus conspicillatus]
Australian pelican
Partial Matches
pelikan {m}
pelikan {m} kędzierzawy [Pelecanus crispus]
Dalmatian pelican
pelikan {m} brunatny [Pelecanus occidentalis]
brown pelican
pelikan {m} chilijski [Pelecanus thagus]
Peruvian pelican
Australijczyk {m} [osob.]
australijski {adj}Australian
pelikan {m} indyjski [Pelecanus philippensis]
spot-billed pelican
pelikan {m} indyjski [Pelecanus philippensis]
grey pelican [Br.]
pelikan {m} indyjski [Pelecanus philippensis]
gray pelican [Am.]
pelikan {m} mały [Pelecanus rufescens]
pink-backed pelican
Australijka {f}
Australian [female]
kazuar {m} hełmiasty [Casuarius casuarius]
Australian cassowary
pustułka {f} australijska [Falco cenchroides]
Australian kestrel
grzywienka {f} [Chenonetta jubata]
Australian wood duck
Wielka Zatoka {f} Australijska
Great Australian Bight
zeberka {f} australijska [Taeniopygia guttata castanotis]
Australian zebra finch
Australijskie Terytorium {n} Stołeczne
Australian Capital Terrritory <ACT>
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Usage Examples English
  • The island is noted as an important breeding ground for small numbers of the Australian pelican. It was estimated in 1993 that 7 active nests were located on the island.
  • The Australian pelican begins breeding at two or three years of age.
  • Several species such as the blue-billed duck, musk duck, black swan, hoary-headed grebe, Australian pelican and Eurasian coot can be seen regularly on the surface of the lake.
  • Some attractive species found in the waterfowl lake are the Australian pelican, great white pelican and radjah shelduck.
  • Another type of bird found locally within the area of Eurobodalla National Park is the Australian pelican, also known as Pelecanus conspicillatus.

  • The Australian pelican ("Pelecanus conspicillatus") is the largest species of pelican, and breeds from August until January.
  • One very common large seabird is the Australian pelican, which can be found in most waterways in Australia.
  • Mr Percival (1976 – 2 September 2009) was an Australian pelican, noted for his appearance in the 1976 Australian film "Storm Boy".
  • Recorded breeding seabird and wader species are little penguin, short-tailed shearwater, common diving-petrel, white-faced storm-petrel, Pacific gull, sooty oystercatcher and Australian pelican.
  • Recorded breeding seabird and wader species are little penguin, short-tailed shearwater, white-faced storm-petrel, Pacific gull, sooty oystercatcher and Australian pelican.

  • Bird species include: Australasian darter; Australian pelican; Australian white ibis; Barking owl; Black swan; Black-necked stork; Brolga; Bush stone-curlew; Dusky moorhen; Eastern barn owl; Eastern bristlebird; Eclectus parrot; Emu; Great egret; Little black cormorant; Magpie goose; Nankeen night heron; Plumed whistling duck; Rufous night-heron; Scrub turkey; Southern cassowary; Tawny frogmouth; Wedge-tailed eagle and White-bellied sea eagle.
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