Recent Examples of towhee from the Web
DuBay and Fuldner studied five species: horned larks, red-headed woodpeckers, field sparrows, grasshopper sparrows and Eastern towhees.
Insect-eaters, including California towhees and Bewick’s wrens scratch around in piles of leaves to forage for food.
And finally, long after my wife believed he was lost forever, appeared the towhee, and his little mate.
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Origin and Etymology of towhee
First Known Use: circa 1729See Words from the same year
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