Emberizidae

Emberizidae is a family of small birds belonging to the order Insessores and tribe Conirostres, typical genus Emberzza. It includes the buntings, the snow-flake, the yellow-hammer, and reed sparrow. The ortolan belongs to this family. By some naturalists they are classified as a sub-family of the finches.
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Emberizidae

[n] - buntings and some New World sparrows
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Emberizidae

Emberizidae noun a natural subfamily including buntings and some New World sparrows. Syn. -- subfamily Emberizidae , subfamily Emberizinae . [ WordNet 1.5]
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Emberizidae

subfamily Emberizidae noun buntings and some New World sparrows
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Emberizidae

songbird family in the classification preferred by some authorities, absorbing some groups otherwise placed in the Fringillidae (q.v.), order ...
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Emberizidae

Emberizidae is a large family of passerine birds, which are typically known as buntings in the Old World and sparrows in the New World. They are seed-eating birds with a distinctively finch-like bill. In Europe, most species are called buntings. In North America, most of the species in this family are known as (American) sparrows, but these birds ...
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