captive-bred birds

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  • About two million birds travel this route to and from Australia each year.
  • But before he can attack her she becomes a black bird on a nearby branch.
  • This bird's stand as being a species has been under attack over the years.
  • Bird said health issues were among the reasons for his leaving.
  • Thus, the longer the distance the earlier the bird begins its journey.
  • The tail is long and makes up half of the bird's length.
  • She gave the man a drink, and the bird's heart came up.
  • It was once the most numerous species of bird on Earth.
  • Birds of America is still considered one of the greatest examples of book art.
  • Most previous racing games had commonly used a bird's eye view.
  • Many times it appears that one is looking into the scene from a bird's eye view.
  • He considered Bird to be the greatest basketball player of all time.
  • Its feet were yellow and large relative to the bird's overall size.
  • Several methods have been tried to control the bird's numbers and protect native species.
  • These birds need about per pair so they can find enough food to feed their young and themselves.
  • The bird's scientific name and its usual English name have the same meaning.
  • The ring is attached around the bird's leg before being sent to race.
  • Big Bird's appearance has changed over the years, as has his personality.
  • This makes the area very successful for many species of ground-nesting birds.
  • The gods were not pleased, so they turned them all into birds.