1. mostly black African weaverbird
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How To Use whydah In A Sentence

  • The sea swallowed the Whydah along with her treasure, yet the fascinating saga of this storied ship was far from over.
  • This bad habit is known of the Old World cuckoos, the American cow - birds, the South American rice grackle (_Cassidix_), and suspected in the pin-tail whydah (_Vidua serena_). The Minds and Manners of Wild Animals A Book of Personal Observations
  • The Whydah Sea Lab and Learning Center (whydah. com) houses treasures recovered by explorer Barry Clifford from the wreckage of Capt. Yar, Mate! Swashbuckler Tours!
  • In the first, a female paradise whydah mates with a male indigobird (whether by choice or coercion), then lays an egg in a nest of her usual host, Melba Finch.
  • In Africa, for instance, there are birds called widows and whydahs, many of which have tails longer than a foot.
  • This higher-level sequencing convention results in some strange and eye-catching placements, such as the kinglets between bulbuls and leafbirds, or the vireos between whydahs and fringillids.
  • Originally, the Whydah was a fast slave ship that transported captured slaves from Africa to the Americas .
  • The young whydah birds crouch closely together at night for heat. The Personal Life Of David Livingstone
  • Her daughter, genetically an indigobird, imprinted on her Melba Finch foster parents and then mated with a male paradise whydah mimicking Melba Finch song.
  • After our first landfall we bore away south, and came eastabout to Cape Palmas, where you could see the palm trees that gave it its name down by the water's edge, and so along the Ivory Coast and Gold Coast past Three Points to Whydah, where we put into the open roads. Flash For Freedom
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