wattlebird: Meaning and Definition of
Pronunciation: (wot'l-bûrd"), [key]
- any of several Australian honey eaters of the genus Anthochaera, most of which have fleshy wattles at the sides of the neck.
- any of three endemic New Zealand songbirds, of the family Callaeidae, all of which have brightly colored wattles at the corners of the mouth:is endangered and Heteralocha acutirostris is believed to be extinct. Callaeas cinerea