orange-crowned love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the top of the head orange: as, the orange-crowned warbler, Helminthophaga celata.

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  • Mystery bird: orange-crowned warbler, Vermivora celata

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  • Summer resident; not uncommon: western form of the orange-crowned warbler; ranges to eastern base of mountains.

    Birds of the Rockies

  • Belonging to the same subfamily is the orange-crowned warbler.

    Our Bird Comrades

  • On March the eighteenth, 1212, the "Emperor of the Romans Elect," as he already styled himself, set out from orange-crowned Palermo on the

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  • Bird species such as the fox and song sparrow, rufous hummingbird, spotted towhee, Bewick's wren and orange-crowned warbler are driven away from forests where the lush undergrowth has been mowed down by deer.

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  • Soon, with some "psh-psh-psh" noises, Kathy drew a curious warbler, and soon we had spotted three different kinds - yellow, yellow-rumped Audubon, and orange-crowned.

    The Seattle Times

  • Singers come in spring: yellow and orange-crowned warblers, Hutton's vireos, golden-crowned kinglets, plus rufous hummingbirds.

    The Seattle Times

  • Poetry is found in the names of Vancouver Island's residents - warbling vireo and chipping sparrow; hairy woodpecker and willow flycatcher; northern flicker and Western wood-pewee; belted kingfisher and orange-crowned warbler; red-breasted sapsucker and black-headed grosbeak and chestnut-backed chickadee.

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  • These include green-tailed and spotted towhees, orange-crowned warblers, dusky flycatchers, and chipping sparrows in the upland shrubs, yellow and yellowrumped warblers, black-capped and mountain chickadees, brown creepers, song and fox sparrows, and cordilleran flycatchers in the riparian habitat.

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  • During the last few weeks, I have seen visiting green jays, a golden-fronted woodpecker, yellow-rumped and orange-crowned warblers, and chipping, field, Lincoln's and white-throated sparrows enjoying a refreshing baths.

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