aviary

[n] - a building where birds are kept
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Aviary

A'vi·a·ry noun ; plural Aviaries [ Latin aviarium , from aviarius pertaining to birds, from avis bird, akin to Gr, ..., Sanskrit vi .] A house, inclosure, large cage, or other place, for keeping birds confined; a bird house. « Lincolnshire may be term...
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aviary

bird sanctuary noun a building where birds are kept
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Aviary

• (n.) A house, inclosure, large cage, or other place, for keeping birds confined; a bird house.
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aviary

a structure for the keeping of captive birds, usually spacious enough for the aviculturist to enter. Aviaries range from small enclosures a metre or ... [2 related articles]
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aviary

aviary A large cage, house, or enclosure, in which birds are kept.
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Aviary

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Aviary

An aviary is a building, or a portion of a building, netted off, or a large cage designed for keeping, breeding and rearing birds. Aviaries appear to have been used by the Persians, Greeks, and Romans, and are highly prized in China. In England they were in use at least as early as 1577, when William Harrison refers to 'ourcostlie and curious aviar...
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Aviary

An aviary is a large enclosure for confining birds. Unlike cages, aviaries allow birds a larger living space where they can fly; hence, aviaries are also sometimes known as flight cages. Aviaries often contain plants and shrubbery to simulate a natural environment. ==Types of aviaries== ===Public aviary=== Large aviaries are often found in the set...
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Aviary

A large cage or enclosure to house a bird, orig, Lat: aviarium
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Aviary

A structure used to house birds. Many zoos have large aviaries that visitors may walk within and view the birds. The Rufous Hummingbird, Common Moorhen, Greater Flamingo, Yellow Grosbeak, Brewer's Sparrow, Hooded Oriole, were photographed in aviaries.
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Aviary

a large enclosure for holding birds in confinement;
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