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caprimul·gus car·o·li·nen·sis

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  1. chuck-will's-widow, Caprimulgus carolinensisnoun

    large whippoorwill-like bird of the southern United States

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  1. caprimulgus carolinensis

    The chuck-will's-widow (Antrostomus carolinensis) is a nocturnal bird of the nightjar family Caprimulgidae. It is mostly found in the southeastern United States (with disjunct populations in Long Island, New York, Ontario, Canada and Cape Cod, Massachusetts) near swamps, rocky uplands, and pine woods. It migrates to the West Indies, Central America, and northwestern South America.

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  1. caprimulgus carolinensis

    The Caprimulgus Carolinensis, also known as the Chuck-will's-widow, is a species of nightjar, a bird in the Caprimulgidae family. It is native to the southern United States and the Caribbean. It is named for its distinctive, continuous "chuck-will's-widow" call that it produces at night. They are mainly nocturnal or crepuscular (active at twilight) and are known for their camouflage plumage, wide mouths adapted for catching insects in flight, and for being one of the few birds that can safely consume toxic insects like fireflies.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of caprimulgus carolinensis in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of caprimulgus carolinensis in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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