songbird


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songbird

1. any passerine bird of the suborder Oscines, having highly developed vocal organs and, in most, a musical call
2. any bird having a musical call
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For some songbirds, the trip may be as short as a jaunt from southern Wisconsin to Georgia.
America's coffee habit is severely threatening the world's songbirds, their environments and the livelihood of farmers all over the globe, states the Songbird Foundation.
It's mostly people in the suburbs who are trying to protect the songbirds.
And fewer than 10 percent of the 150 species of North American songbirds that winter in Latin America can survive a season on a full-sun plantation.
Indeed, any reference to songbirds as "birdbrains" may reveal more about the speaker's ignorance than about the birds' intelligence.
Some songbirds - those little singers that flit around the woods in spring and summer - are in trouble.
The new Songbird apps uniquely empower music fans with a music discovery experience that is:
The government bill came in response to criticism from the European Commission with regard to the Cyprus government's willingness to address poaching, in particular of migratory songbirds in the Famagusta and Larnaca regions.
Connections also report Songbird to have been working well.
Scientists have long puzzled over why tropical songbirds lay fewer eggs than their temperate-zone counterparts.
Songbird added that it has received no further proposals from QIA and Brookfield Properties.
Undoubtedly, Gina Carey…The Songbird is sure to have you captivated from the opening bars right through to the closing notes.