Examples of rare bird in a Sentence
The little diner is a rare bird in a city full of expensive restaurants.
Recent Examples of rare bird from the Web
But cardinals are rare birds in the city streets, tending to lay low in their apartments, sedans and curial offices.
Flocks of the rare birds can often be spotted winging overhead at dawn and dusk.
Volunteers will help create structurally diverse shrub areas that are crucial to the conservation of rare birds and other wildlife, lab officials said.
The thief, a champion fly tyer, sold some of the rare bird skins and feathers—altogether potentially worth about $1 million—for use on fly-fishing hooks.
Officials say rare bird species such as bobolinks, grasshopper sparrows, and American kestrels breed on the grassland.
Just a month or so after a very rare Bullock’s oriole was enjoyed by dozens of birders from North and South Carolina, an even rarer bird showed up at a feeder in a neighborhood near Park Road Park.
Phase two will add a large, indoor tropical bird habitat and flying area so people can see these rare birds year-round.
Unable to recover from injuries sustained in eastern Kentucky, the zoo's veterinary staff euthanized the super-rare bird.
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RARE BIRD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rare bird for English Language Learners
: an unusual or uncommon person or thing
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