The upper figure shows the under side of wing with the coverts removed to show attachment of flight feathers to skeleton.
Bears, hidden in their coverts, gazed at him with curious eyes.
Then again they mounted their nags, and trotted off across the high roads to the Bragton coverts.
The coverts at Humblethwaite, such as they were, would always be at his service.
Wings and tail slate-black edged chiefly with bluish plumbeous gray, the coverts and tertiaries with olive-green.
There was no trace of any concealed marksman, search the coverts as they would.
This species is similar to the eastern Towhee but has the scapulars and coverts tipped with white.
I am ill skilled in beating the coverts of imagination for metaphors of gratitude.
So he settled down for a luxurious summer, and took the best of everything in the fields all round the coverts.
Now that the risk is known, I do not think there will be any more prowling in my coverts.