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snow·bird / ˈsnōˌbərd/ • n. 1. inf. a northerner who moves to a warmer southern state in the winter. 2. a widespread and variable junco (Junco hyemalis) with gray or brown upper parts and a white belly. Also called northern junco, dark-eyed junco, slate-colored junco.

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snowbird

snowbird: see junco.

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