underpart


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a part lying on the lower side or underneath an animal's body

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It had replaced most back feathers, but still retained worn feathers on the upperparts and underparts.
In the Mediterranean or Iberia, you may be lucky enough to spot one of these slim birds with pointed wings, yellow throat and electric blue underparts.
The songbird, which nests on the ground in open scrubs, is distinctive for its yellow underparts.
The white-bellied heron is a magnificent creature: over four feet tall, with a strikingly long neck and dark grey feathers offset by white underparts and lace-like plumes on its neck.
It is distinguished from other species of serpent eagles by distinct spots on its underparts and wings.
A Perisphaerus female from Malaysia that lived with Beccaloni as a pet carried youngsters clinging to her underparts.
The basic colour of the bird can be an important clue, so note the colour of the upperparts (the back and wings), the underparts, the head and tail.
His underparts are like sharp potsherds: / He spreadeth as it were a threshing-wain upon the mire.
The bird in the photo on page 60 is a European woodcock (Scolopax rusticola), not an American woodcock (notice the barring on the leg of this bird--whereas underparts of American woodcock are buffy, not barred--and how the pattern on the wing differs from the North American species.
In the male the underparts, save for the belly centre and undertail coverts are bright sky blue.
Their most recognisable feature is a pattern of dark vertical stripes on reddish-orange fur with lighter underparts.
griseldis, a species not thus far recorded in the UAE, but the seemingly rather creamy, saturated underparts appeared to count against this.
The bird has a distinctive black head and neck, prominent white cheeks, olive upper parts and yellow underparts, with some variation among the numerous subspecies.
The osprey is brown on the upper parts and predominantly greyish on the head and underparts, with a black eye patch and wings.