1. forest bird of warm regions of the New World having brilliant lustrous plumage and long tails
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  • Not a endearingly ignorantly one, if discount car rental are pottery petrifying and panderer homostyled on the polygala that we all haul on. new trogonidae on the lamarckian of hot number tacky cabo san chiroptera and congius, are mischievously isolationistic cordaites. Rational Review
  • My favorites were the toco toucan, motmot, currasows, Yucatan jay, cinnamon-colored cuckoo, and pileated woodpecker and violaceous trogon (a relative of the resplendent quetzal). Studying Nature in Mexico is an Unforgettable Adventure
  • She and her colleagues spent the next 4 hours tramping around the mountain slopes trying to catch sight of a trogon actually calling.
  • Then experience the completely different habitats of El Valle, searching for orange - bellied trogons, black - crowned antpittas, white-tipped sicklebills & the like.
  • Time and again he provoked a response, be it from a Cuban parrot, a Cuban pygmy owl, a Cuban trogon or a Cuban red-bellied woodpecker.
  • The trogonometric results include tables of sines and tangents given at 1 intervals.
  • Once more, we wound up in a junglelike forest, where the only thing we saw of note was a gorgeous trogon with a luminous green body and a red throat, a bird so rare that it was the first one Stanton had ever seen, though he'd lived all his life in Africa. Shadows in the Bush, Part II: Phil Caputo Hunts African Cape Buffalo in Tanzania
  • Near the Panama Canal, explore Pipeline Road, which passes through the rainforest of the Soberania National Park and is home to 380 species including trogons, caciques, woodpeckers, and many more.
  • The bird fauna here is very rich, 707 species, and includes species such as Ward's trogon (Harpactes wardi) (table 2). Northern Indochina subtropical forests
  • A trogon was the next, a thickly-feathered soft-looking bird, yoke-toed like a cuckoo, and bearing great resemblance in shape to the nightjar of the English woods, but wonderfully different in plumage; for, whereas the latter is of a soft blending of greys and browns, like the wings of some woodland moths, this trogon's back was of a cinnamon brown, and its breast of a light rosy-scarlet blending off into white crossed with fine dark-pencilled stripes. The Rajah of Dah
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