These men are like avian pied pipers" who lure problem birds out of the trees and "send them spiraling over the sloughs.
This is a worrisome phenomenon, especially as major health threats like avian and swine flu grow in importance.
“Vicious pecking, avian hysteria, mysterious deaths, and even cannibalism” are the results, he writes.
Now comes the perfect storm of avian, swine, and human flu, just in time for a national health plan.
You were commended after the avian flu pandemic for your ability to forge such close friendships with international leaders.
He evidently subserves some useful purpose in the avian community, or he would not be treated with so much consideration.
All the colours of the rainbow appear in our avian population.
They are not ashamed to introduce their unmelodious calls into the avian chorus.
And how is it with the other states that number the wood-duck in their avian faunas?
This species was third in abundance there, adults constituting 15 per cent of the avian population.
avian a·vi·an (ā'vē-ən)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of birds.