yard bird

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  2. a military recruit who is assigned menial tasks
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How To Use yard bird In A Sentence

  • Although we love our regular yard birds, every spring we are delighted with each migrant that returns to nest with us.
  • I composed this photo in my backyard birdbath.
  • While the next Great Backyard Bird Count is ten months away, now is a fine time for novices to get outside and figure out the source of all those jubilant chirps, tweets, and whistles that fill the spring air.
  • The BIRDING COMMUNITY encompasses a broad spectrum of backyard birders, opportunist oglers, weekend watchers, and hardcore twitchers.
  • The birdbath is the piece de resistance," says Greg Butcher, director of bird conservation for the National Audubon Society and an enthusiastic backyard bird-watcher. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • Many are still waiting, but some morning soon they too will wake to the lilt of a backyard bird pleading for a mate.
  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The Fried Yard Bird, a spicy chicken dish t hat comes with an even spicier mace gravy and collard greens. Red Rooster Lunch
  • Backyard birders may want to hover about the Birding option for starters.
  • It turns out that multiple paternity is very common, even among beloved backyard birds like the cardinal and robin.
  • We usually think of evolution as something that happens over eons, in remote places where people rarely venture. Not something that happens around the backyard birdfeeder in just a few decades.
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