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Definition of Water ouzel

Water ouzel
Water ousel Wa"ter ou"sel, Water ouzel Wa"ter ou"zel . (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of small insessorial birds of the genus Cinclus (or Hydrobates), especially the European water ousel (C. aquaticus), and the American water ousel (C. Mexicanus). These birds live about the water, and are in the habit of walking on the bottom of streams beneath the water in search of food.

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- known in Britain and America, respectively, as the water ouzel (sometimes spelt "ousel") – ouzel originally meant the only distantly related but superficially...
- The ring ouzel (****us torquatus) is a mainly European member of the thrush family, ****idae. It is a medium-sized thrush, 23–24 centimetres (9.1–9.4 in)...
- thrush River Ouzel, a river in England, a tributary of the Great Ouse Ring ouzel, a species of thrush White-throated dipper or water ouzel American dipper...
- The River Ouzel /ˈuːzəl/, also known as the River Lovat, is a river in England, and a tributary of the River Great Ouse. It rises in the Chiltern Hills...
- Play media The American dipper (Cinclus mexic****), also known as a water ouzel, is a stocky dark grey bird with a head sometimes tinged with brown, and...
- The ouzel usage survived later in poetry, and still occurs as the name of the closely related ring ouzel (****us torquatus), and in water ouzel, an alternative...
- include the blue-fronted jay, Sierra chickadee, Sierra hermit thrush, water ouzel, and Townsend's solitaire. As one ascends into the Hudsonian zone, birds...
- Con****uous birds include the blue-fronted jay, Sierra hermit thrush, water ouzel, and Townsend solitaire. Birds become scarcer as one ascends to the Hudsonian...
- international waterfalls. Local wildlife includes hummingbirds, the Water Ouzel or American Dipper songbird that swims, and Brook and Rainbow Trout....
- 5,348 feet (1,630 m) Water Ouzel Trail, 48°40′38″N 113°35′06″W / 48.67722°N 113.58500°W / 48.67722; -113.58500 (Water Ouzel Trail), el. 4,632 feet...
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