Results for: Nightjar

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Is a nightjar considered a mammal?

Answer . No, a nightjar is a type of bird.. The nightjars are; whippoorwill, chuck will's widow, nighthawk, and poorwill. They are the family Caprimulgidae. There are 67 s (MORE)
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What are nightjars?

Nightjars are a type of bird. Its a nocturnal bird. He eats moths and other flying insects. Little is know about the nightjar because of its nocturnal behavior. They have a th (MORE)
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Where Nightjars live?

Nightjars are said to be found anywhere, but here are some places we are sure they live Africa, Asia etc.
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Why is a nightjar a bird and why is it so special?

The Nightjar family is a bird because its order is theCaprimulgiformes which is part of the Aves class, therefore being abird. Birds are "feathered, winged, bipedal, endotherm (MORE)