A toad is discovered near the hives, and forthwith he is executed as a bee-eater.
Beewolf—that is, bee-eater—is the German name for the woodpecker.
Watch a bee-eater feeding and you will see it take twenty or thirty insects in less than an hour.
More likely they were bee-eater's, or may have been snake's or lizard's.
The bee-eater has the two central feathers prolonged and pointed.
The bee-eater utilises the bill as pickaxe and the feet as ejectors.
The sand-grouse (Pterocles arenarius) is occasionally found, as also are the eagle and the bee-eater.
The Australian bee-eater, a bird of attractive plumage, is found all over the northern islets of the Barrier Reef.
The latter in its endeavour to escape soars into the air, and the bee-eater seizing it becomes the prey of the aërial fisherman.
The bee-eater, in all lands, carries on a fierce hostility against the wasps which ruin our fruit.