Translation of dunnock in Spanish:

dunnock

acento, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈdʌnək//ˈdənək/

noun

  • 1

    acento masculine
    • The coal tit makes a nifty dash in and out while the dunnock forages underneath with some starlings and a pair of blackbirds.
    • In early March, many birds, such as wrens, robins and dunnocks, begin to set up breeding territories.
    • Birds suffering the steepest falls include the blackbird, dunnock, song thrush, and four types of warbler.
    • However, only terrestrial species have been tested, such as barn swallows, tree swallows, dunnocks, alpine accentors, and acorn woodpeckers.
    • The thicker scrub and thickets of elder, hawthorn and bramble, meanwhile, provide ideal cover for nesting robins, wrens, sparrows, dunnocks, blackbirds and thrushes.