yellowthroats

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  • noun Plural form of yellowthroat.

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Examples

  • In the trees opposite the salt pannes, some yellow-rumped warblers, palm warblers, and common yellowthroats flit around manically.

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  • In the trees opposite the salt pannes, some yellow-rumped warblers, palm warblers, and common yellowthroats flit around manically.

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  • I locate the yellow-rumps and the palms, but though I can hear the yellowthroats I never manage to get binoculars on them.

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  • I locate the yellow-rumps and the palms, but though I can hear the yellowthroats I never manage to get binoculars on them.

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  • A few days later my hunting journal notes, The yellowthroats are still in town.

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  • A few days later my hunting journal notes, The yellowthroats are still in town.

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  • Vanyel had been watching and listening to a pair of them, rival male yellowthroats, square off in a duel of melody.

    Magic's Price

  • Vanyel had been watching and listening to a pair of them, rival male yellowthroats, square off in a duel of melody.

    Magic's Price

  • Bob Russell, bird biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in St. Paul, told me that common yellowthroats are likely to be a dominant species for a few years, along with song sparrows.

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  • Yet I couldn't help noticing, even as I cried the blues to my friend, that the field in front of us - ideal habitat for nesting song sparrows, towhees, common yellowthroats and other birds that build their homes on or near the ground - was oddly silent.

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