Early in January the jacamar is in fine plumage for the cabinet of the naturalist.
It was indeed a jacamar, of which the plumage shines with a metallic lustre.
Its name amongst the Indians is una-waya-adoucati, that is, grandfather of the jacamar.
The smallest species of jacamar is very common in the dry savannas.
It was indeed a jacamar, of which the plumage shines with a metallic luster.
"That must be a jacamar," said Herbert, trying to get nearer.
And there was I, in a yellow gown with green embroideries, gay as a jacamar, jarring hideously on myself.
jacamar, jak′a-mar, n. a South American bird something like a kingfisher.
There are four species of jacamar in Demerara; they are all beautiful; the largest, rich and superb in the extreme.
The road led through jacamar Wood, which they traversed obliquely from southeast to northwest, and in the thickest part.