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Meanings and phrases
- warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
- the flesh of a bird or fowl (wild or domestic) used as food; fowl
- a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt; boo; hoot; Bronx cheer; hiss; raspberry; razzing; razz; snort
- informal terms for a (young) woman; dame; doll; wench; skirt; chick
- badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers; shuttlecock; birdie; shuttle
- watch and study birds in their natural habitat; birdwatch
- eastern subspecies of northern oriole; Baltimore oriole; hangbird; firebird; Icterus galbula galbula
- United States saxophonist and leader of the bop style of jazz (1920-1955); Parker; Charlie Parker; Yardbird Parker; Charles Christopher Parker
European bird cherry
- small European cherry tree closely resembling the American chokecherry; hagberry tree; common bird cherry; Prunus padus
- large Indian stork with a military gait; adjutant; adjutant stork; Leptoptilus dubius
- chiefly web-footed swimming birds
- any of various dull-colored South American birds that feeding on ants some following army ant swarms; antbird
- nonpasserine bird having long wings and weak feet; spends much of its time in flight
- wading and swimming and diving birds of either fresh or salt water
- young bird not yet fledged; nestling
- any of several small-fruited cherry trees frequented or fed on by birds; bird cherry tree
- any of several small-fruited cherry trees frequented or fed on by birds; bird cherry
- a gun dog trained to locate or retrieve birds
- a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
- a person with a strong interest in birds
- food given to birds; usually mixed seeds; bird food; birdseed
- an outdoor device that supplies food for wild birds; birdfeeder; feeder
- food given to birds; usually mixed seeds; bird feed; birdseed
- a genus of birds
- wingless insect with mouth parts adapted for biting; mostly parasitic on birds; biting louse; louse
- nest where birds lay their eggs and hatch their young; bird's nest; birdnest
bird of Jove
- any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight; eagle
bird of Juno
- very large terrestrial southeast Asian pheasant often raised as an ornamental bird; peafowl
bird of Minerva
- nocturnal bird of prey with hawk-like beak and claws and large head with front-facing eyes; owl; bird of night; hooter
- nocturnal bird of prey with hawk-like beak and claws and large head with front-facing eyes; owl; bird of Minerva; hooter
- a tropical flowering shrub having bright orange or red flowers; sometimes placed in genus Poinciana; poinciana; Caesalpinia gilliesii; Poinciana gilliesii
- ornamental plant of tropical South Africa and South America having stalks of orange and purplish-blue flowers resembling a bird; Strelitzia reginae
- any of numerous brilliantly colored plumed birds of the New Guinea area
- any bird that migrates seasonally
- someone who leads a wandering unsettled life; wanderer; roamer; rover
- any of numerous carnivorous birds that hunt and kill other animals; raptor; raptorial bird
- A typical shrike's beak is hooked, like a bird of prey.
- A shrike's beak is hooked, like that of a typical bird of prey.
- Falcons (disambiguation) Falcons are a genus of raptor (bird of prey).
- plant bearing very small and very hot oblong red fruits; includes wild forms native to tropical America; thought to be ancestral to the sweet pepper and many hot peppers; Capsicum frutescens baccatum; Capsicum baccatum
- a building where birds are kept; aviary; volary
- Vedanthangal is the oldest water bird sanctuary in the country.
- The dam is used for irrigation and also supports a bird sanctuary.
- Polachira: The best sight seeing place and foreign bird sanctuary.
- small lead shot for shotgun shells; buckshot; duck shot
- common perennial climber of temperate regions of Eurasia and North America having dense elongate clusters of flowers; tufted vetch; Calnada pea; Vicia cracca
- a person who identifies and studies birds in their natural habitats; birder
- a zoologist who studies birds; ornithologist
bird 's eye
- Old World plant with axillary racemes of blue-and-white flowers; germander speedwell; Veronica chamaedrys
bird 's foot
- the foot of a bird
- European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America; bird's foot trefoil; babies' slippers; bacon and eggs; Lotus corniculatus
- Old World herb related to fenugreek; Trigonella ornithopodioides
- European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America; bird's foot clover; babies' slippers; bacon and eggs; Lotus corniculatus
bird 's nest
- nest where birds lay their eggs and hatch their young; bird nest; birdnest
- tropical Old World or Australian epiphytic fern frequently forming tufts in tree crotches; Asplenium nidus
- mostly white web-footed tropical seabird often found far from land; tropic bird; tropicbird
- any of several small Old World finches; canary
- long-winged nonpasserine birds
- birds having keeled breastbones for attachment of flight muscles; carinate; flying bird
- a cosmopolitan order of land birds having small heads and short legs with four unwebbed toes
- small European cherry tree closely resembling the American chokecherry; hagberry tree; European bird cherry; Prunus padus
- chiefly short-legged arboreal nonpasserine birds that nest in holes
- birds of the crow family
- African courser that feeds on insect parasites on crocodiles; Pluvianus aegyptius
- birds having zygodactyl feet (except for the touracos)
- a person who arrives early before others do
- a person who gets up very early in the morning
- huge (to 9 ft.) extinct flightless bird of Madagascar; aepyornis
- flightless birds having flat breastbones lacking a keel for attachment of flight muscles: ostriches; cassowaries; emus; moas; rheas; kiwis; elephant birds; ratite; ratite bird
- birds having keeled breastbones for attachment of flight muscles; carinate; carinate bird
- long-billed warm-water seabird with wide wingspan and forked tail; man-of-war bird
- heavy-bodied largely ground-feeding domestic or game birds; gallinacean
- a person who deserves to be hanged
- any bird (as grouse or pheasant) that is hunted for sport
- a variety of albatross with black feet; black-footed albatross; gooney; goonie; goony; Diomedea nigripes
- shrublet of southwestern United States to Mexico having brilliant scarlet flowers; California fuchsia; Epilobium canum canum; Zauschneria californica
- small deep blue North American bunting; indigo bunting; indigo finch; Passerina cyanea
- a criminal who has been jailed repeatedly; jailbird; gaolbird
- any of numerous wading birds that frequent mostly seashores and estuaries; shorebird; shore bird
- long-billed warm-water seabird with wide wingspan and forked tail; frigate bird
- large-footed short-winged birds of Australasia; build mounds of decaying vegetation to incubate eggs; megapode; mound-bird; mound builder; scrub fowl
- tropical Asian starlings; myna; mynah; mina; minah; mynah bird
- tropical Asian starlings; myna; mynah; mina; minah; myna bird
- similar to Audubon's warbler; myrtle warbler; Dendroica coronata
- any bird associated with night: owl; nightingale; nighthawk; etc
- chiefly arboreal birds especially of the order Coraciiformes
- bird of the open seas; pelagic bird
- passerine bird having specialized vocal apparatus; oscine
- perching birds mostly small and living near the ground with feet having 4 toes arranged to allow for gripping the perch; most are songbirds; hatchlings are helpless; passerine
- bird of the open seas; oceanic bird
- a bird with feet adapted for perching (as on tree branches); this order is now generally abandoned by taxonomists; Insessores; order Insessores; percher
- small dun-colored North American flycatcher; phoebe; Sayornis phoebe
- any of numerous nonpasserine insectivorous climbing birds usually having strong bills for boring wood
- large mostly white Australian stork; black-necked stork; jabiru; Xenorhyncus asiaticus
- someone regarded as eccentric or crazy and standing out from a group; kook; odd fellow; odd fish; queer duck; odd man out
- large trogon of Central America and South America having golden-green and scarlet plumage; quetzal
- any of numerous carnivorous birds that hunt and kill other animals; bird of prey; raptor
- a rare or unique person; rara avis
- flightless birds having flat breastbones lacking a keel for attachment of flight muscles: ostriches; cassowaries; emus; moas; rheas; kiwis; elephant birds; ratite; flightless bird
- biennial European catchfly having red or pink flowers; sometimes placed in genus Lychnis; red campion; Silene dioica; Lychnis dioica
- small green-and-bronze bird; Acanthisitta chloris
- of southeast Australia; male is glossy violet blue; female is light grey-green; satin bowerbird; Ptilonorhynchus violaceus
- small fast-running Australian bird resembling a wren and frequenting brush or scrub; scrubbird; scrub-bird
- a bird that frequents coastal waters and the open ocean: gulls; pelicans; gannets; cormorants; albatrosses; petrels; etc.; seabird; seafowl
- large long-legged African bird of prey that feeds on reptiles; Sagittarius serpentarius
- small European warbler that breeds among reeds and wedges and winters in Africa; sedge warbler; sedge wren; reedbird; Acrocephalus schoenobaenus
- any of numerous wading birds that frequent mostly seashores and estuaries; shorebird; limicoline bird
- mostly white web-footed tropical seabird often found far from land; tropicbird; boatswain bird
- large American birds that characteristically catch insects on the wing; New World flycatcher; flycatcher; tyrant flycatcher
- black tropical American bird having a large overhanging crest and long feathered wattle; Cephalopterus ornatus
- any of many long-legged birds that wade in water in search of food; wader
- freshwater aquatic bird; waterfowl; waterbird
- mostly black African weaverbird; whydah; whidah
- a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison; convict; con; inmate; yardbird
- a military recruit who is assigned menial tasks; yardbird
- a bird that is still young
- Hundreds of bird species inhabit the zone as well.
- Perceptions of bird species vary across cultures.
- 88 bird species have been observed in the Red Hills.
- The list below includes 323 species of bird.
- The species of bird were generally typical for the region.
- Several species of bird are also present.
- Goldcrest (disambiguation) The goldcrest is a passerine bird in the kinglet family.
- The aquatic warbler is the rarest and the only internationally threatened passerine bird found in mainland Europe.
- St Kilda wren The St Kilda wren ("Troglodytes troglodytes hirtensis") is a small passerine bird in the wren family.
- The area is known for its excellent bird watching.
- Miquelon is also a well known destination for bird watching.
- Kayaking, sailing, bird watching, snorkeling are also among top activities.
- It is internationally important for its bird life.
- It is 15 km from "Mandagadde" bird life sanctuary.
- It has coastal bird life on a fresh water perennial lake.
- This small bird inhabits open country, gardens and cultivation.
- The Antarctic tern is a small bird at 31–38 cm (12-15 inches) long.
- It is a small bird with a conical bill, sharper than that of the related seedeaters.
- There is also a wide range of resident and migratory bird species common to the area.
- The marsh is a popular fishing and trapping area as well as a migratory bird layover.
- To the east of the Sierra Nevada are Owens Valley and Mono Lake, an essential migratory bird habitat.
- The national bird of Elbonia is the Frisbee.
- The blue crane is also the national bird of South Africa.
- The observatory serves as the national bird banding center.
- St Kilda wren The St Kilda wren ("Troglodytes troglodytes hirtensis") is a small passerine bird in the wren family.
- Shetland wren The Shetland wren ("Troglodytes troglodytes zetlandicus") is a small passerine bird in the wren family.
- Fair Isle wren The Fair Isle wren ("Troglodytes troglodytes fridariensis") is a small passerine bird in the wren family.
- Canarypox viruses, as with other bird pox viruses, are in the genera of "Avipoxvirus".
- Cayley published a number of other bird titles as well as paintings for "What Butterfly is That?"
- List of birds (about 200+ species) has been compiled by Vikram Hoshing, Sanjay Thakur and many other bird watchers of the area.
- A large bird hide, reached via a raised boardwalk, has been erected.
- It may have been made to resemble a large bird (aquiline means "eagle-like").
- Caucasian grouse The Caucasian grouse ("Lyrurus mlokosiewiczi") is a large bird in the grouse family.
- Many bird populations migrate long distances twice a year.
- The location of the IBA along the Allegheny Front also contributes to the diverse bird populations.
- The snakes decimated the native bird populations of the island, which were unaccustomed to predators.
- the recent bird flu incident has to be considered by keeping this in mind.
- The deaths of Muslim protesters in southern Thailand and the bird flu outbreak were seen as issues which the Thaksin government had handled poorly.
- Al-Harbash sees the smuggling as an example of corruption that puts the country at risk for bird flu: "Lifting the ban on falcons was a catastrophe.
- The island is home to many bird cliff nesting areas.
- They feed adjacent to the churchyard, attracting many bird watchers in early spring.
- There are many bird boxes in place throughout the reserve and Blue tits have used them.