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cowbird
American English: /ˈkaʊbərd/
British English: /ˈkaʊbəːd/

Translation of cowbird in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Instead of our winter visitors that left us for more northern areas, we now have grackles, red-wings and cowbirds.
    • This fracturing allows birds of the forest edge, such as cowbirds and blue jays, to parasitize and prey upon the thrushes.
    • Cuckoos and cowbirds lay eggs in nests of different species to avoid the costs of brood care.

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