birds (part of speech: noun)
grackles, road runners, snipes, crested jays, storks, peregrines, yellowbirds, penguins, bluebills, cranes, barn owls, condors, turkeys, loons, sandpipers, blackbirds, peacocks, egrets, swallows, crows, jackdaws, ducks, birds, mockingbirds, horned owls, orioles, terns, parrots, gulls, swifts, robins, parakeets, vultures, lovebirds, ibis, partridges, wrens, thrushes, bitterns, pheasants, mynas, hawks, doves, hummingbirds, larks, canaries, sea gulls, woodpeckers, harriers, pelicans, mourning doves, ostriches, tits, cormorants, eagles, cuckoos, weavers, owls, grouse, cockatoos, jays, cardinals, dodos, chickadees, goldfinches, sheldrakes, ospreys, plovers, coots, teals, ravens, falcons, herons, grosbeaks, nuthatches, redwings, boobies, waxwings, squabs, rooks, Canada geese, blue jays, nightingales, starlings, bluebirds, ringtails, macaws, swans, puffins, curlews, bald eagles, magpies, emus, cassowaries, quetzals, turtledoves, flamingos, mallards, pigeons, sparrows, finches, kingfishers, buzzards, bullfinches, spoonbills, songbirds, albatrosses, redbirds
- It was usual to pluck live geese about five times a year. - "England in the Days of Old", William Andrews.
- He accused his father of having assisted him, and of possessing a wolf- skin; he charged him also with having accompanied him on one occasion, when he attacked and ate a girl in the village of Grilland, whom he had found tending a flock of geese. - "The Book of Were-Wolves", Sabine Baring-Gould.
- And they're the biggest geese together! - "The Heart of Arethusa", Francis Barton Fox.