Blue pigeon


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(Zool.) an Australian passerine bird (Graucalus melanops); - called also black-faced crow.

See also: Pigeon

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Native bird species such as the Seychelles Blue Pigeon and the White-tailed Tropic birds have returned to island with an increase in nesting on North Island's shores which is further evidence of the program's success.
The hypertrophied nasal cere reaches its peak in development in the Seychelles Blue pigeon (Alectroenas pulcherrima) and the Carunculated Fruit-dove (Ptilinopus granulifrons).
It may include the Blue Pigeon (discontinued in 1989) which makes pounds 130, the Magpie (discontinued in 1982) which is worth pounds 145 or even the Yellow and Green Parrot - worth pounds 125.
The president, who along with other participants, also released white and blue pigeons, commended the efforts of the SZABM University to aware the people of certain diseases and assured the administration of his allout future assistance in this regard.
In this first episode, the owners of Stoberry House - a pounds 110-a-night place in Somerset - take on pounds 85-anight Frome Dale in Dorset and the pounds 95-a-night Blue Pigeons at Worth in Kent.
In this first episode, the owners of Stoberry House in Somerset take on Frome Dale in Dorset and the Blue Pigeons in Kent.
In this first episode, the owners of Stoberry House - a pounds 110 a night place in Somerset - take on pounds 85-a-night Frome Dale in Dorset and the pounds 95-a-night Blue Pigeons at Worth in Kent.
Genetically, blue bar and blue checkered are dominant which accounts for all those slate blue pigeons hanging around.
BEMUSED workers thought they had pulled off a real coup after spotting a flock of bright blue pigeons.
I'm calling your names so you may return to claim the common ground, the blood spilled there, the sweat, the slit throat chickens of the yard, the blue pigeons of our desire, the sweet and tender dandelions under leaves in spring that Anna picked for her salad.