Blue wren


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a small Australian singing bird (Malurus cyaneus), the male of which in the breeding season is bright blue. Called also superb warbler.

See also: Wren

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It tells the story of a Superb Blue Wren who has escaped from a bush fire and finds himself alone in a strange forest, without his family or his home.
The tiny blue wren bird, for instance, has testes that account for a quarter of his body weight.
Terry directed Marivaux's Double Infidelity at the Pearl Theatre Company and her own adaptation of Arabian Nights for Blue Wren Repertory on Long Island.
The cutest little blue wren eats voraciously of the insects and grubs that are silly enough to be in the same patch of ground he is.
Denmark is famed for its blue wren population, but also attracts many varieties of possum and kangaroo.
The life history of the superb blue wren Malurus cyaneus.
She looks for breakfast but a blue wren avoids her jaws.
One of many beaches in the area of Western | One of many beaches in the area of Western There are some 75 different species of birds here, from eagles and peregrine falcons to tiny, There are some 75 different species of birds here, from eagles and peregrine falcons to tiny, shocking blue wrens.
HONEY, Elizabeth Ten Blue Wrens and what a lot of wattle