Results for: Catbird

In Animal Life

Where did the catbird get its name?

Most books I've consulted (seeking an answer to the same question) say that the call which sounds like a cat mewing is responsible for the name. However, I've also observed th ( Full Answer )
In Books and Literature

What can you learn from the catbird seat?

The catbird seat teaches the readers to be tolerable about otherpeople even if they donâ??t like the person. The catbird seat is akind of idiom also that means someone is i ( Full Answer )
In Uncategorized

What do catbirds eat?

They eat blueberries, oranges, raisins, and grape jelly. They need TONS of water. Remember, NEVER FEED THEM EARTHWORMS!!!!
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

Is a catbird a endangered species?

The catbird, Dumatella carolinensis, is not an endangered species,but is a fairly common species over its range.
In Birds

Where is a gray catbird commnly found?

"Native to most of temperate North America east of the Rocky Mountains, Gray Catbirds migrate to the southeastern United States, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean in w ( Full Answer )
In Animal Life

What to do to a hurt baby catbird?

If it is not to badly wounded, the best thing to do is avoid alot of contact, and try to find a way to get it back to its nest
In Uncategorized

Do catbirds eat tomatoes?

yes! catbirds eat tomatoes. every time one starts to get ripe they eat little chunks out of it!