1Zoology(North American) caracatey masculine(European) chotacabras feminine
- Some species with large mouths and small bills, such as nighthawks, whip-poor wills, and the aptly named frogmouth owls, open their bills wide as they fly into insects, and the prey is captured in the birds’ gaping maws.
- The first kicks off at 8: 30 while for the nighthawks, a second session will begin at 11: 30.
- Aping the seventies, this bar is for lounging and proves very popular among the more sophisticated of nighthawks prior to later excesses of the night.
- It is smaller than a nighthawk, with a shorter tail.
- His people were never the iconic nighthawks Edward Hopper found at the diner.
- I'm a real nighthawk and I love chatting to listeners about what's on their minds.
- Suitably soporific, it's one for sophisticated nighthawks only.
- He has a job, a home, he can come and go; he can look at the customers with a half-smile. It is the customers who are the nighthawks.
- Although this is desert, there is an incredible diversity of bird life along the river and in other areas of the park - mourning doves, American kestrel falcons, nighthawks and brown thrashers are just a few of the birds that call it home.
- Swallows, swifts and nighthawks, all pursuing flying insects, fly erratically.
- Few people were out since it was so late, though it was hard to avoid the nighthawks.
- The nighthawk belongs to the Family Caprimulgidae, a group of nocturnal and crepuscular birds also known as the nightjars.
- The nighthawks sit alone, lost in their individual thoughts, as if in a glass bowl.