white–winged junco

noun

Definition of white–winged junco

  1. :  a large dark-eyed junco that is similar to the slate-colored junco but has two white bars on each wing and is often considered a subspecies (Junco hyemalis aikeni) The typical range of the white-winged junco encompasses southeastern Montana, western South Dakota, northeastern Wyoming, and northwestern Nebraska.

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1885

First Known Use of white–winged junco

1885


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