The flexible air-filled chamber of a bagpipe or similar instrument.
A large bird (Corvus corax) of the Northern Hemisphere, having black plumage and a croaking cry.
Any of various birds, as a large-tailed grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus)
Any of various birds of several genera in the family Corvidae, usually brightly colored and often having a loud, harsh call.
Any of numerous songbirds of the family Timaliidae, found mostly in tropical and subtropical Southeast Asian and African forests.
An extremely talkative person.
(Chemistry) A substance added to a mixture to remove or inactivate impurities.
(Informal) A person who habitually saves unneeded, miscellaneous items
A baldheaded person
The bitter water solution of bromides, magnesium, and calcium salts remaining after sodium chloride is crystallized out of seawater.
Any of various other black-crowned birds, such as the chickadee.
The largest species of European grouse (Tetrao urogallus)
A small, crested Australian parrot (Nymphicus hollandicus) with a long tail and yellow head
A gold coin of some South American countries bearing the figure of one of these vultures.
Any of several rails with long legs and a short bill; esp., the corncrake
A wood pigeon (Columba palumbus)
Any of various similar birds of the family Tyrannidae, found throughout the Americas.
A small freshwater European duck (Anas querquedula) resembling the American blue-winged teal
A New World plover (Charadrius vociferus) that has a distinctive noisy cry and two black bands across its breast.
An Australian kingfisher (Dacelo gigas) with an abrupt, harsh cry suggestive of loud laughter
A very large Old World vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) with grayish-black plumage streaked with white and a tuft of bristles over the nostrils and under the bill; bearded vulture
A silly man.
Any of several swallows (esp. genus Progne), as the purple martin and various Old World birds (esp. Delichon urbica)
Any of various starlings found in South and Southeast Asia and on some islands of the South Pacific, most of which are bluish-black or dark brown with a yellow bill. Certain species, especially the hill myna, are known for mimicry of human speech.
Any of several herons most active at night or twilight
A small brownish bunting (Emberiza hortulana) of Eurasia and Africa, eaten as a delicacy.
The Siouan language of the Crow.
Either of two migratory shorebirds (Tringa totanus or T. erythropus) of the Eastern Hemisphere, having long red legs.
Any of a genus (Sphyrapicus) of American woodpeckers that often drill holes in trees for the sap and the insects the sap attracts
A tall wading bird (Balaeniceps rex) native to swampy regions of eastern tropical Africa, having slaty plumage, long legs, a stubby neck, and a large shoelike bill with a hook on the upper mandible.
A songbird (Pipilo erythrophthalmus) of eastern North America having black, white, and rust-colored plumage in the male.
A small, brown and cream-colored thrush (Catharus fuscescens) of the E U.S.
A dark, insect-eating, nocturnal nightjar (Caprimulgus vociferus) of E North America
Any of various birds that are mostly yellow in color, as the yellow warbler or several American goldfinches
Any of a genus (Geothlypis) of American wood warblers with a yellow breast and throat
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