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“Ravens players, when asked about Rice's seed-eating, seemed a little surprised.”
“This native plant and Maryland state flower is attractive to seed-eating birds.”
“The southern capuchinos are nine species of small seed-eating birds in South America a missing "p" and a substituted "h" separating their name from that of frothy Italian coffee.”
“Leo Acadia In South America, small seed-eating birds may give scientists an unprecedented sight: the start of a new species.”
“I was just reading the other day that seed-eating birds like pine grosbeaks also like spruce tips, so makes sense.”
“A similar nomadic lifestyle is found in small passerine seed-eating birds such as redpolls and crossbills (Loxia spp.) in the forest tundra.”
“The ecoregion supports a variety of bird life including small seed-eating passerines, raptors, and many waterbirds.”
“A long-tailed, seed-eating bird from the Early Cretaceous of China.”
“These flying objects are not birds, they are plastic bags on strings, flying in the wind over the ricefields to keep the pesky seed-eating birds away from the ripening grain.”
“On the mainland, over on the right bank of the river, we were amused by the eccentric gyrations and evolutions of flocks of small seed-eating birds, who in their flight wheeled into compact columns with such military precision as to give us the impression that they must be guided by a leader, and all directed by the same signal.”
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