Translation of plumage in Spanish:


plumaje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpluːmɪdʒ//ˈplumɪdʒ/


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    plumaje masculine
    • The Steller's Jay is a striking bird with deep blue and black plumage and a long, shaggy crest.
    • The ruddy duck, an attractive bird with chestnut plumage and a bright blue bill is well settled as a species in England.
    • Unlike most birds with different breeding and non-breeding plumages, longspurs molt only once a year.
    • The male in breeding plumage is bright yellow with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • By spring, the outer tips of the feathers have worn off to reveal the breeding plumage underneath.
    • The male's body plumage is glossy black, and the wings and tail feathers are white.
    • It was a bird with beautiful plumage on the top of it's shiny head, and a long beak protruded.
    • In non-breeding plumage the males are brown with white on the face and a round white spot at each ear.
    • Colourful crests make birds in breeding plumage easy to identify.
    • Both the juvenile and the adult have golden plumage at the napes of their necks.
    • Variety in the lovebird's diet is the key to feather perfect plumage and a healthy bird.
    • Males attract mates using song, iridescent plumage and dramatic display flights.
    • Adults in breeding plumage are light brown, and have black spots on their wings.
    • However, a single excellent sighting of a male in full plumage singing in the sun is enough for us.
    • But underneath their matt chocolate plumage and chestnut leg feathers, they are very slight.
    • One could scarcely grow tired of seeing such a parade of plumage even if warblers were common.
    • The crane has light to dark blue-gray plumage and a crimson cap at the back of its crown.
    • The bird was unmistakably a male American Kestrel in full blue and orange plumage.
    • The female in breeding plumage has a gray back with chestnut and black on the wings.
    • Bright plumage make this bird unmistakable, though often hard to see in the shade of a river bank.