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One of these was with a yellow-bellied woodpecker, the first I had ever seen.
"Wal, you yellow-bellied neutrals," he said, his voice cold and his eyes hard.
The Yellow-bellied Acanthurus is armed with a spine of considerable length upon its tail.
As the yellow-bellied woodpecker was the most abundant species in these woods, I attributed it to him.
He is a dog—and the pup of a dog—red, yellow-bellied, lairless, and haired between every toe!
The scarcity of this bird, and the absence of the red-bellied and the yellow-bellied, were among the surprises of my visit.
Yellow-bellied ore-flats and Ungava petrol-tanks punted down leisurely out of the north like strings of unfrightened wild duck.
The other day I saw a yellow-bellied woodpecker alight upon a decaying beech and proceed to drill for a grub.
Yellow-bellied ore-flats and Ungava petrol-tanks punted down leisurely out of the north, like strings of unfrightened wild duck.
The yellow-bellied woodpecker knows its value, taking it with head jauntily awry and quiet wing-tremblings of delight.