kingbird

[ US /ˈkɪŋˌbɝd/ ]
NOUN
  1. large American flycatcher
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  • Not only is the Cape flush with cardinals, towhees, mockingbirds, catbirds, goldfinches and woodpeckers, its birds of the shore entice many a visitor here.
  • He tried it on the Purple Crackles that flew in the fields by the blackberry bushes; the little Gold Finches that swayed on the grasses; and the topknotted Kingbirds on the telegraph wires overhead. Half-Past Seven Stories
  • When other labels reissue movies, it's usually films I've seen like Shakespeare In Love and To Kill A Mockingbird. Michael Giltz: DVDs: Donwton Abbey Has Gone Down, Down, Down in Quality
  • The mockingbird is a good capture , another bird with great personality. GBBC* 2009 « Fairegarden
  • Over 350 species of birds have been recorded in Worcester Country, including pelicans and pewees, kingbirds and cuckoos, herons, harriers, and eagles.
  • The Northern Mockingbird is known and loved for the quality and variety of its song.
  • The mockingbird is a solid, robin-sized avian with a wicked beak and admirable determination. STLtoday.com Top News Headlines
  • In Massachusetts winter residents include chickadees, nuthatches, woodpeckers, titmice, cardinals, and mockingbirds.
  • If your karma is good and you're having a good day, you may also see bald eagles, northern mockingbirds, scarlet tanagers and indigo buntings.
  • We saw lots of catbirds, blackbirds, mockingbirds, cardinals, crows, and grackles.
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