Hoopoe

The hoopoe uː (Upupa epops) is a colourful bird found across Afro-Eurasia, notable for its distinctive `crown` of feathers. It is the only extant species in the family Upupidae. One insular species, the Saint Helena hoopoe, is extinct, and the Madagascar subspecies of the hoopoe is sometimes elevated to a full species. Like the Latin name upupa.....
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Hoopoe

• (n.) Alt. of Hoopoo
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hoopoe

(Upupa epops), strikingly crested bird found from southern Europe and Africa to southeastern Asia, the sole member of the family Upupidae of the ... [1 related articles]
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hoopoe

hoopoo noun any of several crested Old World birds with a slender downward-curved bill
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hoopoe

Bird slightly larger than a thrush, with a long, thin, slightly downward-curving bill and a bright pinkish-buff crest tipped with black that expands into a fan shape on top of the head. The wings and tail are banded with black and white, and the rest of the plumage is buff-coloured. The h...
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hoopoe

hoopoe (hOO'pOO, –pō) , common name for a shy, solitary, Old World woodland bird, Upupa epops. Its body color ranges from cinnamon to chestnut, with white-barred, black wings and tail, and a head topped by a prominent, erectile crest. Hoopoes measure from 10 1/2 to 12 in. (27–3...
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Hoopoe

The hoopoe (Upupa) is a bird about 30cm long with a fine crest of pale cinnamon-red feathers tipped with black. The upper surface is on the whole an ashy-brown colour while the wings are black, the coverts having white bars; the throat and breast a pale fawn colour, the abdomen white, with black streaks and dashes. It is a ground feeder eating main...
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hoopoe

[n] - any of several crested Old World birds with a slender down-curving bill
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