Definition of tchagra in English:

tchagra

Line breaks: tchagra
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃagrə
 
/

noun

An African shrike (bird) that feeds mainly on the ground, typically having a brown back and black eyestripe.
  • Genus Tchagra, family Laniidae: several species
More example sentences
  • Bird sightings were starlings, oxpeckers, hoopoes, blue wax bills, and the black crown tchagras.
  • Tchagra australis, Brown-crowned tchagra, is seen in low shrubbery in a thick forest patch at the bottom of a rocky hill.
  • It can be a challenge to distinguish between the various tchagras unless good views are obtained.

Origin

modern Latin, perhaps imitative.

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