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  • a  of or relating to ornithology
    her ornithological interests

  • Hopping about an ornithological fairyland, or standing gravely among heaps of what looked like luminous spaghetti, Painter Graves's fossil-like birds were painted with the delicacy .
  • For the adult reader with a strong stomach, the scandalous and scurvy parts are worth reading more than the ornithological thimbleriggery.
  • Last week, Fanatic Koch propounded an interesting ornithological theory: that chaffinches have different accents in different parts of the world.
News & Articles

  • Library installs new permanent exhibit on Victorian fashions
    There are a lot of stuffed birds in the Cazenovia Public Library Museum collection. And while it was a popular hobby to have such an ornithological display in one’s home in the late 19th century, in Victorian times birds served another social function as well — fashion. Museum educators at the library recently decided to blend this Victorian-era interest in science and love of fashion into a new ...
    June 28, 2013 - Cazenovia Republican

  • Bill Oddie in Shetland Marine News
    Mr Oddie said: "Fair Isle is one of my favourite birding locations. I first went as a schoolboy, a visit to my ornithological Mecca - I've been back many times and seen some cracking rare birds. I encourage everyone to donate generously and help...
  • Rachel Carson in The Daily News of Newburyport
    Plum Island, Joppa Flats and Plum Island breakwater seem to attract more than their share of rare species,Carson wrote, "and the hope of surprising an ornithological rarity gives zest to often repeated visits."

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