bird family


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Noun1.bird family - a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wingsbird family - a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
Craniata, subphylum Craniata, subphylum Vertebrata, Vertebrata - fishes; amphibians; reptiles; birds; mammals
family Struthionidae, Struthionidae - tall terrestrial birds: ostriches
Casuaridae, family Casuaridae - a family of large ostrich-like birds including cassowaries
Apterygidae, family Apterygidae - coextensive with the order Apterygiformes
family Rheidae, Rheidae - a family of birds coextensive with the order Rheiformes
Aepyornidae, family Aepyornidae - coextensive with the order Aepyorniformes
family Motacillidae, Motacillidae - pipits and wagtails
family Fringillidae, Fringillidae - finches: goldfinches; bullfinches; chaffinches; siskins; canaries; cardinals; grosbeaks; crossbills; linnets; buntings
Carduelinae, subfamily Carduelinae - used in some classifications for a subgroup of finches
Emberizidae, subfamily Emberizidae, subfamily Emberizinae - buntings and some New World sparrows
family Passeridae, Passeridae - true sparrows: Old world birds formerly considered weaverbirds
Drepanididae, family Drepanididae - Hawaiian honeycreepers
Eurylaimidae, family Eurylaimidae - coextensive with the suborder Eurylaimi
superfamily Tyrannidae, Tyrannidae - New World tyrant flycatchers most numerous in Central America and South America but also in the United States and Canada
Cotingidae, family Cotingidae - cotingas; umbrella birds
Dendrocolaptidae, family Dendrocolaptidae - woodhewers or woodcreepers
family Muscicapidae, Muscicapidae - Old World (true) flycatchers
family Turdidae, Turdidae - thrushes; in some classifications considered a subfamily (Turdinae) of the family Muscicapidae
subfamily Turdinae, Turdinae - alternative classification for the thrushes
family Sylviidae, Sylviidae - in some classifications considered a subfamily (Sylviinae) of the family Muscicapidae: Old World (true) warblers; American kinglets and gnatcatchers
subfamily Sylviinae, Sylviinae - alternative classification for the Old World warblers
family Parulidae, Parulidae - New World warblers
family Paradisaeidae, Paradisaeidae - birds of paradise
family Icteridae, Icteridae - American orioles; American blackbirds; bobolinks; meadowlarks
family Oriolidae, Oriolidae - Old World orioles
family Sturnidae, Sturnidae - Old World starlings
Corvidae, family Corvidae - crow; raven; rook; jackdaw; chough; magpie; jay
Garrulinae, subfamily Garrulinae - subfamily of the crow family: jays
Cracticidae, family Cracticidae - Australian birds formerly included in the family Laniidae
family Mimidae, Mimidae - sometimes considered a subfamily of Troglodytidae: mockingbirds; catbirds; thrashers
Acanthisittidae, family Acanthisittidae, family Xenicidae, Xenicidae - alternative names for the family comprising the New Zealand wrens
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The plans were submitted by the Bird family, who run an equestrian business at the site.
I hope these reports don't motivate the creators of the fantasy rainbow kingdom in 'True' or the charming Scottish bird family of 'Puffin Rock' to change their content.
But no matter what, each bird family can call its nest "home." Charmingly illustrated by Natalia Colombo, "Nests" is a deftly presented picture book story and a beautiful reminder that home is where you make it.
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(It helps to know lad, you're in a better place with all your loved ones.) - Brokenhearted Nanna Winnie and Bird family.
From Carol, Bill and the Bird family x MORROW BIRD MARION Rest in peace my lass.
Previously, eagles were thought to be relatives of the Harpy group of eagles, a bird family which contains the largest eagles of the world, such as the Harpy Eagle and Crested Eagle, until a DNA study by researchers from the University of Michigan in 2005, showed that the two groups are similar in their general appearances only because they feed on the same kind of animals (forest mammals) and that they live in the same kind of habitat (tropical forests).
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For the next 30 years he travels throughout Latin America in search of every member of this bird family. Hughes retains a remarkable enthusiasm for his self-imposed mission.
Having joined the Bird family business from university in 1986, he went on to lead the UK arm of SIMS Metal Management where he oversaw the expansion of the business, becoming the second largest metal recycler in the UK.