The names water-ouzel and Dipper are of very ancient application.
I am now able, without incivility, to distinguish the two families of water-ouzel.
So, too, is the water-ouzel, a bird of the alpine brooks in the mountains of the West that has been immortalized by John Muir.
The solitudes of this sylvan park are cheered with the melody of the water-ouzel, the Alaska hermit thrush, and the winter wren.
The day they moved I was by the brook, watching a water-ouzel, when they chanced to cross on a fallen log near-by.
Millicent was sitting in a window-seat with a paint-box beside her and a drawing of a water-ouzel upon her knee.
The water-ouzel is found by the alpine lakes and brooks on the mountains of the West.
Did not Stamp point out to him a water-ouzel, with impudently jerking tail, dipping and wading in the shallows of the stream?