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blackbird a common songbird, the males of which are black or mostly black. Crows and grackles are blackbirds.
bluebird a small, blue North American songbird. Males usually have a reddish breast.
bobolink a black, yellow, and white North American songbird that is named for its cry. Bobolinks move from one region to another during certain times of the year.
cardinal a North American songbird with a crest of feathers on its head. Male cardinals have bright red feathers and a black face and throat. [1/3 definitions]
catbird a dark gray North American songbird. One of its calls is like the sound a cat makes.
lark1 a songbird with a long hind claw and a musical song. There are many kinds of larks.
laverock a primarily Scottish word for "lark," a kind of songbird with a long hind claw and a musical song.
mockingbird a gray and white North American songbird. It has many different calls and can also copy the sounds that other birds make.
oriole a songbird that can be found in many parts of the world. Males have black and bright yellow or orange feathers. There are two main groups of birds that are considered orioles. There are several different kinds of orioles in each group.
robin a large North American songbird that has a rusty red breast, a dark head and back, and a bright yellow bill. The North American robin is a type of thrush.
sparrow a small, common songbird with brown or gray feathers. There are several kinds of sparrows and they can be found in many different areas.
thrush1 a common songbird that can be found in many parts of the world. Many thrushes have a dark upper body and a spotted breast. The robin and bluebird are kinds of thrushes.
warbler a small American songbird that eats insects. There are many kinds of warblers and some are brightly colored.
wren a small brown songbird with a long bill and an upright tail.