Any of various tiny, usually vibrant colored exotic United states birds associated with family Coerebidae, having a curved bill adjusted for drawing nectar from blossoms.
any one of a number of wild birds of family members Drepanididae of Hawaii, similar to the mainland honeycreepers.
some of various nectar-feeding birds for the tanager family members, belonging to the genera Cyanerpes, Chlorophanes, and Iridophanes.
additionally put on the Hawaiian honeycreepers, passerine songbirds of Hawaii.
some of a number of tiny to medium-sized finches regarding the Hawaiian countries from the subfamily Drepanidae.
any of numerous species of small, bright, colored, passerine birds of the family Cœrebidæ, related to the tanagers and wood warblers, abundant in Central and South America; they are songbirds with a curved bill for sucking nectar.
Any bird regarding the United states household Cœrebidœ or Dacnididœ; a guitguit. The species are very numerous; one, Certhiola bahamensis, occurs in the United States. See cut under Cœrebinœ.
little to medium sized finches associated with the Hawaiian countries
tiny bright-colored exotic American songbird with a curved bill for sucking nectar