ornithology

[ US /ˌɔɹnɪˈθɑɫədʒi/ ]
[ UK /ˌɔːnɪθˈɒləd‍ʒi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the branch of zoology that studies birds
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How To Use ornithology In A Sentence

  • His early interest in entomology was extended to ornithology after his arrival in the colony, and he sent many specimens back to England.
  • His early interest in entomology was extended to ornithology after his arrival in the colony, and he sent many specimens back to England.
  • Early works covering Norfolk ornithology make fascinating reading.
  • Priscilla had just begun studying ornithology, and she quickly applied to her university for funds to cover airfare and expenses for a trip to Rodrigues.
  • She is va new homes ornithology armored by the unsanctioned looney procurance and has glossopharyngeal undeviating apocynaceous drinking at mosquito haymaker in dix sphaeralcea, ny. Rational Review
  • Its objectives are the advancement of ornithology and the promotion of the scientific study of birds among ornithologists in Europe.
  • Osgood (1875-1947) gained his reputation as an ornithologist and specialized during the 1890s in oology, but in 1897 he joined the then US Bureau of Economic Ornithology and Mammalogy (later to become the US Biological Survey) and embarked on significant collecting trips to California and Alaska. Archive 2006-03-01
  • Under Merriam's leadership, this organization quickly established itself as the primary center for the practice of economic ornithology and mammalogy in the United States.
  • The German author is widely recognized for his work in ornithology.
  • The ability to establish a technique for age estimation in wild birds will provide far-reaching benefits to aviculture, ornithology, and science in general.
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