Definitions for gnatcatcherˈnætˌkætʃ ər
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
any of various small, insect-eating New World songbirds of the genus Polioptila (subfamily Silviinae), having a long, mobile tail.
Origin of gnatcatcher:
very small North American and South American warblers
A member of any of various species of small passerine birds found in North America and South America, close relatives of the wrens.
The 15-20 species of small passerine birds in the gnatcatcher family occur in North and South America. Most species of this mainly tropical and subtropical group are resident, but the Blue-gray Gnatcatcher of the USA and southern Canada migrates south in winter. They are close relatives of the wrens.
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