Dabbling

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dabble
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dabbling

(from the article `anseriform`) Three main lines of feeding behaviour have evolved in the waterfowl—diving, dabbling, and grazing. Those that dive for food fall into two groups: ...
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dabbling

refers to ducks that feed mostly on vegetable matter by submerging their upper bodies enabling them to graze below the surface; rarely will they dive for food. Some examples are Mallard, American Black Duck, Gadwall and Northern Pintail
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Dabbling

Working a lure up and down in the same spot a dozen or more times in a bush or beside a tree.
Found on http://www.bassresource.com/fishing_lures/bass_fishing.html
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