bluethroat

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Synonyms for bluethroat

songbird of northern Europe and Asia

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Males have unpatterned, grayish-brown backs, with bluish sides bordered by black, and blue throats. In contrast, females are distinctly patterned with irregular, wavy crossbands on their backs, white bellies, and a red, orange or yellow patch at the base of their tails.
I always have a hanging basket outside my patio door throughout the summer filled with the petunia Surfinia Blue Vein, whose flowers have a deep blue throat which pales into the white outer petal.
" We have recorded more than 220 species of birds, including Sarus ( state bird of UP), Blue Throat and waterfowls like Malard, Pintale, Shovelers, Garganey, Pochards, Wigeons and Waders.
It is a variant of the Silver Stoats Tail with a blue throat hackle and silver flashabout in the black wing.
During our two-mile guided walk, which lasted around two hours, along paths and forest trails, Neil treated us to some fascinating facts and insights on our native wildlife' too many now for me to recount, but if you would like to know the difference between our three kinds of heather, or between the song of the blackbird, song thrush and mistle thrush, or how to sex a frog (the breeding male has a blue throat and sticky fingers!), then why not come along to meet the (see experts right).
I always have a hanging basket outside my patio door in the summer filled with the petunia Surfinia Blue Vein, whose flowers have a deep blue throat which pales into the white outer petal.
Out of the 220 species recorded in Dadri wetlands during the past four years, environmentalists have spotted sarus (the state bird of Uttar Pradesh), blue throat (a rare bird from Alaska) and waterfowl such as malard, pintale, shovelers, garganey, pochards, wigeons and waders.
Her collection included a blue throated barbet, a common kingfisher, a little egret and a Brahminy starling, all photographed in the Lake View Park, Islamabad.
their blue throats exposed to winter hoping for the transparent monarchy
Adults with blue throats won the majority of their interactions with pale or red-throated individuals.
Males with blue throats tend to stake territories next to a blue pal.
It has a unique combination of white and blue throated flowers.