Not even the ovenbird contrives that a peep at her eggs shall be so difficult for us.
It is only by a happy accident that this nest of the ovenbird is discovered.
Each burrow had one fine, large room, bigger than an ovenbird's nest, with a soft bed of leaves and fur.
The vireos, the cardinal and the tanager add to the brilliancy and the ovenbird and veery to the melody.
Mrs. ovenbird felt her nest roof crush down upon her for a minute as two people rolled and growled outside.
He had found the ovenbird's nest himself, while on his way home in the early morning.
Another haunter of the dusky depths of the woods is the ovenbird.
Or would it be a ball of leaves and grasses on the ground, with a tiny doorway in one side, like that of the ovenbird?