are masters of disguise, especially during the day.
Hillman's sparrows, whippoorwills
, squirrels, and many other
It was running so loud it muted everything; I could hear it over the whippoorwills
and crickets, over Jeff and Lee Ann.
We used to sit outside and you could hear the hawks and owls and whippoorwills
Yes, taking the best of Springfield and Eugene, it's America's first water park combining nonstop thrills and whippoorwills
Sapsuckers and whippoorwills
in the dark do it, Snipes on a lark do it, Even hummingbirds without words do it, Woodcocks and wild duck, they say, rue it, Let's do it, to wit, Too-whit
lullaby you to sleep in your tent pitched on a gravel bar.
In Maine, one could hear whippoorwills
singing at night, smell the fragrance of herbs wafting in a breeze, and feel protected by the "larger body, or a double shell" of tight, cozy cottages.
Polly is thrilled when she visits the mountain again with her father and hears the whippoorwills
Quail and whippoorwills
chatter amongst themselves as they settle in for the evening.
And the two sisters, Alma and Kay, each impregnated by their father, transpired for a while as Whippoorwills
, then Doves, but found real joy as Thrushes, hermetic, unadorned, but adored at evening.
On many evenings there are dinners on the breezy back porch of the old farmhouse with whippoorwills
piping around the corners.