at loggerheads

(redirected from loggerhead)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See: dissenting
References in periodicals archive ?
The typical loggerhead produces about 105 eggs per nesting season and would have to nest for more than 10 nesting seasons over the span of 20 to 30 years just to replace herself and possibly one mate.
You don't have to be a loggerhead turtle to realise the host nation are the team to beat.
The Florida coast accounts for 90 percent of all sea turtle nest sites in the continental United States and is home to the largest nesting aggregation of threatened loggerhead turtles in the Western Hemisphere.
Conserve and restore four key loggerhead nesting areas in coastal habitats (dune series) identified by the studies conducted since 2000 by the Department of Ecology at the University Of Calabria;
Moreover, peninsular Florida supports one of the largest loggerhead rookeries in the world with an average of 65,460 nests from 1989 to 2006 (TEWG, 2009), constituting the majority (80%) of loggerhead nesting in the western Atlantic Ocean (Dodd, 1988; Ehrhart et al.
We are driven by a commitment to proA[degrees] tect our natural and marine habiA[degrees] tat and hope our work in Masirah will lead to the development of a National Turtle Conservation Strategy which is essential to proA[degrees] tecting the 30,000 females Loggerhead turtles that are in Oman alone.
The campaign was part of the fourth annual Masirah Festival for Loggerhead Turtles and included a host of fun-filled activities such as beach clean ups and football games funded by BP Oman.
The turtle, a female, was believed to be suffering from lethargic loggerhead syndrome and also had old wounds.
While Kamezaki admits it's unlikely Yu's rubber flippers will allow her to lead a normal turtle life, he hopes her flippers will one day allow her to bear a brood of baby loggerheads.
Notable exceptions include 2 assessments (both spanning 8-year periods) of loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) catch from pelagic longline fisheries in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean (Pons et al.
releasing an 80-pound juvenile loggerhead turtle back into the water.
Resort guests will be able to view and participate in the hatching of eggs for the Loggerhead sea turtles during the summer season.