bicknell thrush\ˈbik-nəl-, -ˌnel-\
Definition of Bicknell's thrush
: a small slender-billed thrush (Hylocichla minima bicknelli) of upland areas of northeastern North America that is olive-brown above and buffy-white below
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Origin and Etymology of bicknell's thrush
probably after Eugene P. Bicknell †1925 American botanist and ornithologist
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