Thus it is that the London feather sales still list these among the most splendid of all living birds.
"Our Vanishing Wild Life" by William T. Hornaday
One thousand lives were lost, and D'Estaing showed the white feather to advantage.
"Comic History of the United States" by Bill Nye
Only the ducks remained, paddling about after water snails, or busy preening their feathers, the live-long day.
"My Reminiscences" by Rabindranath Tagore
It seems I've lived on stolen money all my life and gone flaunting about in stolen feathers.
"VC -- A Chronicle of Castle Barfield and of the Crimea" by David Christie Murray
Three or four times a year were the feathers stripped from the live birds.
"Home Life in Colonial Days" by Alice Morse Earle
But the birds that have bright feathers live generally in other countries.
"The Wonders of the Jungle" by Prince Sarath Ghosh
He should have a rose comb, a well-feathered tail, and a proud lively carriage.
"The Book of Sports:" by William Martin
Bobby looked, and saw, preening its feathers calmly, a live duck rising to the wavelets.
"The Adventures of Bobby Orde" by Stewart Edward White
It was when Fleetfoot saw a bison frightened by a feather that he thought of making things do the work of live men.
"The Later Cave-Men" by Katharine Elizabeth Dopp
Eagle Feather would live there with them, but tonight Eagle Feather would stay with his grandmother, Sun Woman.
"Shaman" by Robert Shea
"Now take frae me that feather-bed,
Make me a bed of strae!
I wish I hadna lived this day,
To make my heart sae wae.
"Auld Maitland" by Andrew Lang
Live murmurs then the trees will blend
With all the feathered song;
The waving grass low tribute lend
Earth's music to prolong.
"Blessed Are The Meek, For They Shall Inherit The Earth" by George MacDonald
Lived its meek life; then, one day, fell -
A little ball of feather and bone;
And how it perished, when piped farewell,
And where it wastes, are alike unknown.
"Shelley's Skylark." by Thomas Hardy
Tha lives throo all th' sunshine, but th' furst chilly wind
'At ruffles thi feathers a bit,
Yo gather together an all i' one mind
Turn yor tails,--fly away, an forget.
"Cuckoo!" by John Hartley
She knows how every living thing was fathered,
She calculates the climate of each star,
She counts the fish at sea, but cannot care
Why any one of them exists, fish, fire or feathered.
"Dr. Sigmund Freud Discovers The Sea Shell" by Archibald MacLeish
So feathered friend, until the end you may divide my den,
And make a mess, which (more or less) I clean up now and then.
But I prefer the doom to share of dead and gone compeers,
Than parrot be, and live to see ten times a hundred years.
"Longevity" by Robert W Service
According to the Associated Press story, Willy lives in Rhode Island and has ruffled the feathers of some of his owner's neighbors.
The King of Saxony bird-of-paradise, one of Scholes' favorite birds, lives in the mountain cloud forests of New Guinea, where adult males are sometimes hunted for their feathers.
Regardless of the name they are fresh water crustaceans that breathe through feather-like gills and live in bodies of water that don't freeze.
On the other hand, Terry Sullivan, who lives near the water's edge in Sag Harbor, has no shortage of feathered friends.
) He stressed that he did not pay for the feathers and had never heard of anyone buying or selling feathers in his life — not in his hometown of Wrangell, not in Kake, where he grew up, not in Juneau where he now lives.
The feathers on Y. Rex, which lived during the latter, warmer part of the Cretaceous, might have had its own coat of many feathers .
If he could talk, Poncho, the green-feathered 20-year-old seafarer's friend who lives at the Montero Bar and Grill, could tell some stories to shiver the timbers.
With a tiny living room, we decided to put our tree up outside for our feathered friends to enjoy.
Horse Feathers' live show feels like an intensified acoustic set.
Kids are like parrots only they don't eat seeds or have feathers or live in a cage…Actually kids are nothing like a parrot, except the part about repeating stuff.