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  • Above is an image of a custom "Whitebird" we created for Shaun White the famous Snowboarder.

    Rahul Sood's Weblog

  • The gourd dance is facilitated by Port Arthur business owner Mel Whitebird of the Southern Cheyenne tribe.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • We are very, very patriotic people, Whitebird said.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • So, we always honor our veterans during every powwow, Whitebird said.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Sonny Blackbear (left of center) leads the song of the Bear Claw drum group from Dallas as Mel Whitebird (center in red) prepares to start the gourd dance during the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe 38th Annual Pow Wow on the Alabama-Coushatta reservation.

    Alabama-Coushatta Tribe 38th Annual Pow Wow

  • Whitebird will want to stay with the gryphons, so that will be one less-and Artisans, Administrators, and Mages will want to set up a proper embassy suite in the Palace.

    Storm Rising

  • With a terrible roar the dragon snapped at him as Whitebird popped through the hole; but he got only a mouthful of burnt tail-feathers.

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • Whitebird hopped and fluttered, fluttered and hopped, feeling the dragon's hot breath close behind frizzling his feathers and blinding his eyes with smoke.

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • Then she was afraid, for she knew those bad birds; and she saw that she must trust her secret with Whitebird, since he had already discovered half the truth.

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • "It is a piece of gold!" gasped Whitebird, and his eyes bulged out like those of lobsters, he was so jealous of her luck.

    The Curious Book of Birds

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  • Whitebird Hill Summit, is a mountain pass just 4245 ft. above sea level between the small towns of Whitebird and Grangeville Idaho. The treacherous old road, rising 2700 feet in 7 miles with its many many tight switchbacks, was the bane of truckers and folks pulling camping trailers and boats, until a new safer multilane highway with a much gentler grade was built in 1975.

    December 23, 2010