Translation of hoopoe in Spanish:

hoopoe

abubilla, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈhuˌpoʊ//ˈhuːpəʊ//ˈhuːpuː//ˈhuˌpu/

noun

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    abubilla feminine
    • Seemingly invisible on our horses we rode amongst azure-winged magpies, great bustard, hoopoes and a hundred other species of birds.
    • As the Nile at that time was rising, there were many hoopoes and ibises in the nets, more than could be counted.
    • Orange headed thrush, Indian Pitta and resident birds such as oriole, spotted owlet and hoopoe can be sighted on this campus.
    • Black and white bands cross the hoopoe's wings, back and tail.
    • There were birds everywhere, of all types - hoopoes, wagtails, tits, finches, and sparrows and swallows nesting in the beams of the house; there were cuckoos singing by day and nightjars by night.