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British pronunciation/mˈɒkɪŋbˌɜːd/
American pronunciation/ˈmɑkɪŋˌbɝd/

a North American songbird with a long tail and grayish plumage that is known for its ability to copy the calls of other birds

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mockingbird definition and meaning

What is a "mockingbird"?

A mockingbird is a highly talented and vocal songbird native to North and Central America. Known for its remarkable ability to mimic the sounds of other birds, animals, and even human-made noises, the mockingbird is a true virtuoso of the avian world. With its gray plumage and slender build, it possesses a striking appearance. Mockingbirds are highly territorial and can be quite bold and assertive in defending their nesting areas. Their melodic and complex songs are not only a display of their vocal prowess but also serve as a means of communication and territory defense. Mockingbirds have an impressive repertoire of songs and can imitate a wide range of sounds with great accuracy. Their performances often include rapid-fire sequences of different melodies, creating a mesmerizing symphony of avian sounds.

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