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  • n. Plural form of upperpart.


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  • Superficially like a cross between a falcon and a magpie, it landed to reveal a wispy crest, dark grey upperparts spotted with white, pale underparts, and a creamy-yellow throat.

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  • The pale and narrowly streaked upperparts of No. 32156 are typical for _C.

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  • This sparrow-sized bird has the typical short-tailed, large-headed kingfisher profile; it has blue upperparts, orange underparts and a long bill. - Articles related to Genelia starving, Big B enjoys hot chocolate!

  • The upperparts of the owls are usually a tawny color, or else a chestnut hue.

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  • Dark grey on underparts and dark rusty-brown on upperparts.

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  • Or, as it was early May, it could well have been a migratory House Marten, a 14-centimeter relative of the swallow, with fork tailed, glossy blue-black upperparts and gleaming white rumps and underparts.


  • A medium-sized woodpecker with black upperparts and hood, it has a red face, gray collar pale red belly.


  • Tree Swallows are small birds with long wings and an iridescent greenish-blue plumage to their upperparts and a clean white plumage on the underparts below the chin, breast and belly.


  • First-year female Tree Swallows, however, are often more brownish than bluish-green on their upperparts.


  • The Female Chaffinch has Olive-brown upperparts with pale underparts, almost white towards the rump, which is greenish, and two white wing bars like the male Chaffinch.

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