waterfowl, water bird, waterbird(noun)
freshwater aquatic bird
Any bird that inhabits a freshwater environment; waterfowl.
A waterbird is a type of bird whose habitat or behaviors are strongly connected to water bodies such as rivers, ponds, oceans, and lakes. These birds usually have adapted to living in marine environments or at least coming into frequent contact with water. Examples include ducks, herons, swans, and penguins. They often feed on fish, insects, or other aquatic organisms with some species also adapted for diving, swimming or wading.
Functional group consisting of freshwater aquatic birds. Not an "Organism classification" (i.e., taxonomic group) as used in Freebase.
The numerical value of waterbird in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of waterbird in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1