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    1. Estonian-English dictionaries
    Additional: Dialectological dictionary of Estonian

    2. dict.cc
    A multilingual online dictionary and language forum.
    Contains Special dictionaries (like Agriculture, Anatomy, Biology, Botany, Forestry, Hunting, Ornithology, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology, Animals)

    3. BeoLingus
    Contains words lists for special subjects

    4. The Multilingual Birdsearch Engine
    Translates birdnames in 18 languages

    5. Dictionary of birdwatching terminology
    Includes the complete text of "The Birdwatcher's Dictionary" by Peter Weaver

    6. Birds in Estonia and the neighbouring countries - complete species list
    In Latin/German/Estonian

    7. babelbird
    Translates only the bird names of complete websites (German, English, French, Spanish and scientific)

    8. oiseaux-birds.com
    Feathers and plumage

    9. EPA Terms of Environment
    Defines in non-technical language the more commonly used environmental terms (...)

    10. OneLook® Dictionary Search
    Defines Words – Finds words – translates words.

    11. „Have you ever wondered what to call a group of seals, or otters, or crows? Here’s a list to help you”
    By The Point Lobos Association, Point Lobos State Reseve
    See also: Animal Congregations, or What Do You Call a Group of.....?
    (Mammals, Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians, Fish, Invertebrates). Source: Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center

    12. Bird Group Names
    Source: birdnature.com

    13. YourDictionary.com
    A comprehensive list of translation tools

    14. Name list: White-tailed Eagle/Haliaeetus albicilla in different languages

    15. How to translate a complete website with Google

    16. Pan-European Dictionary of Common Names of Wild and Domestic Animals
    Mammals and Birds in more than 50 Languages of Europe. Source: University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

    17. How many birds? Estonian-English

    18. Glossary of Avian Terms For Use in Avian Conservation Biology. Source: Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center

    19. Animal terms. There are often different terms given to Males, Females, Juveniles, or Groups of different animals. Source: University of Alberta, Department of Biological Sciences

    20. Memidex. A free online dictionary/thesaurus and more

    21. The Ornithologist´s dictionary (book, published by Lynx Edicions, Spain 2007)

    22. The Wordsmithery. A useful link collection - all you can read…

    23. Aviary - Translates birdnames in many languages




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1.Estonian-English

http://dict.ibs.ee/

Dialectological dictionary of Estonian
http://www.eki.ee/dict/vms/index.html.en

Find more Estonian-English dictionaries: http://www.ats-group.net/dictionaries/dictionary-english-estonian.html


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2.dict.cc

A multilingual online dictionary and language forum.

Special dictionaries - go to “Fachgebiete” and find among other themes:

Agriculture
Anatomy
Biology
Botany/Plants
Forestry
Hunting
Ornithology
Veterinary Medicine
Zoology/Animals



http://www.dict.cc/subjects.php


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3.Words lists for special subjects

http://dict.tu-chemnitz.de/de-en/lists/index.html


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4.The Multilingual Birdsearch Engine

Translates birdnames in 18 languages.

http://www.knutas.com/birdsearch/


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5.Dictionary of birdwatching terminology

Includes the complete text of "The Birdwatcher's Dictionary" by Peter Weaver.

http://www.birdcare.com/bin/searchdict/


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6.Birds in Estonia and the neighbouring countries - complete species list

In Latin/German/Estonian

Gesamtartenliste der in Estland oder benachbarten Ländern nachgewiesenen Vögel, deren Kategorie und Gefährdung nach Vogelschutzrichtlinie (VogelSchRL) Anhandg I und Red Data Book (RDB) Estland; latein/deutsch/estnisch. Click here to find lists of Estonian birds and plants.

Combine this species list with "The Multilingual Birdsearch Engine" or "babelbird" for translations into other languages.
http://www.knutas.com/birdsearch/
http://babelbird.bavarianbirds.net/


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7.babelbird

Get bird name translations of complete websites (German, English, French, Spanish and scientific).

Use the smaller input field if you want to get a translation of bird names in a complete website. Use the bigger input field if you want to type in a text that contains a single bird name (if you use the bigger field, the one above must be empty).

How to translate all bird names at a website:
- Go to the wanted website
- Click into the URL (web adress) with the right mouse button
- The URL is marked in a darker colour now
- Choose “copy”
- Go to babelbird
- Put the pointer in the smaller window
- Click at the right mouse and choose “paste”
- Choose the languages
- Click at "Translate"


http://babelbird.bavarianbirds.net/


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8.Bird Anatomy/Feathers and plumage

Feathers and plumage
http://www.oiseaux-birds.com/article-description-bird-plumage.html
Source: oiseaux-birds.com
Link submitted by Liis/Jo

Eagle Skeleton
http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g38/jeaniesa_2006/IBRRC/Eagle-Skeleton.jpg


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9.EPA Terms of Environment

"Terms of Environment" defines in non-technical language the more commonly used environmental terms appearing in EPA publications, news releases, and other Agency documents available to the general public, students, the media, and Agency employees."

Created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

http://www.epa.gov/OCEPAterms


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10.OneLook® Dictionary Search

Define Words – Find words – translate words

"Think of this web site as a search engine for words and phrases: If you have a word for which you'd like a definition or translation, we'll quickly shuttle you to the web-based dictionaries that define or translate that word. If you don't know the right word to use, we'll help you find it. No word is too obscure: More than 5 million words in more than 1000 online dictionaries are indexed by the OneLook® search engine."

http://onelook.com/


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11. „Have you ever wondered what to call a group of seals, or otters, or crows? Here’s a list to help you”

The Point Lobos Association, Point Lobos State Reseve
http://pt-lobos.parks.state.ca.us/pdfs/What%20Do%20You%20Call.pdf

Animal Congregations, or What Do You Call a Group of.....?
- Mammals
- Birds
- Reptiles and Amphibians
- Fish
- Invertebrates

Source: Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/about/faqs/animals/names.htm


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12.Bird Group Names

Source: “The Nutty Birdwatcher”/birdnature.com

http://www.birdnature.com/groupnames.html


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13.YourDictionary.com

Scroll down the page to find a comprehensive list of translation tools.

http://www.yourdictionary.com/diction1.html


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14.Try these keywords instead of "White-tailed Eagle" or "Haliaeetus albicilla" to get some more results with Google or other search engines:

Latin Haliaeetus albicilla
English White-tailed Eagle
Estonian Merikotkas
Lettish Jūras ērglis
Lithuanian Jūrinis erelis
Finnish Merikotka
North-Sami Mearragoaskin
Norwegian Havørn
Swedish Havsörn
Danish Havørn
Faroese Havørn, Ørn
Greenlandic Nattoralik
Icelandic Haförn
Irish Iolar Mhara
Welsh Eryr cynffonwyn
Scoths Erne
German Seeadler
Polish Bielik, Orzeł bielik, Bielik zwyczajny
Ukrainian Orlan-bilohvist
Czech Orel mořský
Slovak Orliak morský, Orol morský
Hungarian Rétisas
Bulgarian Morski orel
Yugoslav orao belorepan
Slovenian belorepec, orel belorepec
Croatian Orao štekavac, Štekavac
Serbian Orao belorepan, orao bjelorepan
Albanian Shqiponja e detit
Romanian Codalb
Maltese Ajkla tad-Denb Abajd
Turkish Beyaz kuyruklu kartal, Ak kuyruklu kartal, Akkuyruklu kartal
Greek Θαλασσαετός
Armenian Spitakapoch Artsiv
Azerbaijani Ağquyruq dəniz qartalı
Russian Orlan-belokhvost Орлан-белохвост
Dutch Zeearend
Italian Aquila di mare, Aquila di mare codabianca
Romansh Evla da mar
Spanish Pigargo Europeo
Catalan Àguila marina
Basque Àguila marina, Itsas arrano buztanzuria
French Pygargue à queue blanche, Milan royal
Breton Ar morerer lost gwenn
Portuguese Águia-rabalva
Japanese Ojiro-washi, ojirowashi
Chinese bái-wěi hǎi-diāo

Esperanto Blankvosta maraglo

Older/other terms:

English:
White-tailed Sea Eagle, White-tailed Fish Eagle, Sea Eagle, Ern(e), Great Erne, Grey Eagle, Grey Sea Eagle, Greenland White-Tailed Eagle, Silver Eagle, Cinereous Eagle, Cinereous Sea Eagle, European Eagle, European Sea Eagle

In the Hebrides and Highlands the old bird was named an lolair ghlas (the Grey Eagle); the young an lolair riamhach (the Striped Eagle).

Welsh Eryr cynffon wen, Eryr gynffonwen, Eryr tinwen, Eryr tinwyn, Eryr y môr, Mor eryr

Cornish Er an mor

Manx Urley Erne, Urley marrey

Other names Gaelic: Iolair suil na greine or Iolaire sùil na grèine (eagle with the sunlit eye); Iolair mara (eagle of the sea) or Iolaire mhara (sea eagle), Iolaire chladaich (shore eagle), Iolaire bhàn (pale eagle), Iolaire fhionn (white eagle), Iolaire bhreac (speckled eagle), Iolar Bhuidhe, Iolar Riamhach.

Spanish:
Pigargo común, Pigargo Coliblanco, Pigargo Coliblanco De Groenlandia
Catalán Aguila demar
Vasco ltsas arranoa

Chinese:
jié-bái diāo (pure/clean white eagle), zhīmá diāo (sesame eagle)
Chinese Taiwan bái-wěi jiù (white-tailed eagle/vulture - former official name)

German:
Weißbürzel, Geieradler Albicilla, Wittschwanz, Meeradler, Gänseadler, Gänseadler Ossifragus, Goosaar, Gelbschnabel, Weißschwanz, weißschwänziger Adler, aschgrauer Adler, fahler Adler and braunfahler Adler, grosser Fischadler, Fischgeier, Fischjäger, Pygarg, grosser Hosenadler, Hosenaar, Beinbrecher or Steinbrecher, Beinbrechadler, Gemsenadler, schwarzer Adler and grosser schwarzer Adler, schwarzbrauner Adler or bärtiger Adler, also Steinadler

Scientific:
Haliaeetus nisus Savigny,1826; Haliaëtus brooksi Hume, 1870; Haliaëtus hypoleucus Ridgway, 1884; Haliaetos orientalis Brehm, 1831; Haliaetos islandicus Brehm, 1831; Haliaetos leucocephalus Brehm, 1831; Haliaetos groenlandicus Brehm, 1831; Haliaetos cinereus Brehm, 1855; Haliaetos funereus Brehm, 1855; Vulture albicilla Linnaeus, 1758; Aquila albicilla Nilson, 1858; Aquila borealis Brehm, 1824; Aquila Islandica Brehm, 1824; Aquila Groenlandica Brehm, 1824; Falco albicilla Linnaeus, 1758; Falco melanaëtos Linnaeus, 1766; Falco Ossifragus Linnaeus, 1766; Falco albicaudus Gmelin, 1788; Falco hinnularius Latham, 1790; Falco pygargus Daudin, 1800

Find more archives, databases and search engines at the topic: "Search Engines - Databases - Find Professional Literature".


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15.Google Translator

How to translate a complete website with Google

- Go to the article you want to translate
- Click with the right mouse button into the URL (web adress)
- The URL is marked in a darker colour now
- Choose “copy”
- Go to Google/more/Translate
- Put the pointer in the window
- Click at the right mouse and choose “paste”
- Choose the languages
- Click at "Translate"

The result may be not perfect, but it´s often OK to get a first overview.
Use "babelbird" to translate only the bird names of a website. Copy the URL, paste it into: http://babelbird.bavarianbirds.net/ and click at "Übersetzen".


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16.Pan-European Dictionary of Common Names of Wild and Domestic Animals

Mammals and Birds in more than 50 Languages of Europe

Source: Chair of Information Science, Agronomy Department, Biotechnical Faculty; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
http://www.informatika.bf.uni-lj.si/magus.html


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17.How many birds? Estonian-English

üks lind - (exactly) 1 bird;
kaks lindu - (exactly) 2 birds;
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paar lindu - a couple of birds (a couple here means a count - otherwise you are speaking about 'linnupaar' or 'lindude paar')/a small amount of birds;
üksikud linnud - a small amount of birds (?);
mõni lind/mõned linnud - several birds;
* those 3 amounts may be interchangeable
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kümme lindu - (exactly) 10 birds;
kümmekond lindu - about 10 birds;
kakskümmend lindu - (exactly) 20 birds;
paarkümmend lindu - about 20 birds;
kümneid linde/mõnikümmend lindu- tens of birds;
sada lindu - (exactly) 100 birds;
sadakond lindu - about 100 birds;
kakssada lindu - (exactly) 200 birds;
paarsada lindu - about 200 birds;
sadu linde/mõnisada lindu - hundreds of birds/several hundred birds;
tuhat lindu - (exactly) 1000 birds;
tuhatkond lindu - about 1000 birds;
kakstuhat lindu - (exactly) 2000 birds;
paartuhat lindu - about 2000 birds;
tuhandeid linde/mõnituhat lindu - thousands of birds/several thousand birds;
etc.

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18.Glossary of Avian Terms For Use in Avian Conservation Biology

Source: Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/literatr/avian/glossary.htm


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