One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An Australian songbird with mainly brown plumage, a long cocked tail, a fringe of bristles around the bill, and secretive habits.
- ‘There are three species of bristlebirds in Australia: the Eastern, Rufous and Western Bristlebird.’
- ‘The removal of bristlebirds over three years from a limited area in the source population had no detectable impact.’
- ‘Eastern bristlebirds have short rounded wings and a long tail.’
- ‘The eastern bristlebird is such a species - elusive, rarely heard and even more rarely seen.’
- ‘Certain species like the bristlebirds have whistling calls that are carried far in order to announce their presence.’
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