- n. Plural form of songbird.
“Whither our “modern nation” when we will not prevent our most prized songbirds from the temptation of soiled-dovery, aided by demon rum?”
“Over nine breeding seasons, researchers followed a group of dark-eyed juncos, small mountain songbirds found throughout North America.”
“We'll just call songbirds the passive enemy, shall we?”
“Wright even goes as far as to call African-Americans "songbirds" who are locked in "this cage called America.”
“If the grass becomes higher than 14 inches, species such as songbirds flock to it, as do rodents and rabbits which in turn attract larger predators like coyotes and foxes, Griffin said.”
“They include the '' 'songbirds' '' (members of the Suborder”
“But the real reason I am posting is to take exception to the notion that there is no background music in life - at least in Mexico and by that I mean pleasant, life-affirming music since we are forunate to have a large mature garden just off Lake Chapala and I have never lived anywhere with anything approaching the numbers of songbirds we have here despite having lived in rural and sem-rural environments before.”
“Every autumn, hundreds of millions of songbirds migrate from their breeding grounds in eastern Canada and the US to spend the winter in Central and South America.”
“Later in the summer Yoshino black cherry fruit becomes an important food source for many songbirds.”
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