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  • noun Plural form of ouzel.


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  • He said a pair of ring ouzels were on one of the far banks.

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  • They were already on their way to becoming one of my favorite birds; from then on, down to today, I could never see too many ring ouzels.

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  • They were thrushes—redwings, robins, ring ouzels—and all heading south from their northern breeding grounds, the ouzels on their way all the way to a warmer winter around the Mediterranean, the redwings and robins to us, a milder British winter from their northern breeding grounds.

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  • “To hunt coneys, and to hawk at ouzels!” said the Regent, smiling; “for such are the sports of ladies and their followers.”

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  • Birds -- great kingfisher, diver snappet, white-pated rumped chats, no ouzels.

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  • Tiny water ouzels bathed and played in the pools in shallow rocks.

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  • The nests built by grey-winged ouzels vary considerably in structure.

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  • Many ouzels 'nests are placed on the stumps of pollard trees, and in such cases the shoots which grow out of the stump often serve to hide the nest from view.

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  • The rain put a final end to my observations on that nest, as I had to leave Naini Tal on the following day -- an event which caused more sorrow to me than to the ouzels!

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  • The young ouzels kept very still; occasionally one of them would half raise its head.

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