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They were snowbirds who hadn’t quite made it back north for the summer and year-round residents hunkered down for South Florida’s stickiest months.Asleep in their beachfront condos, they vanished into a mountain of rubble|Lori Rozsa, Marc Fisher, Derek Hawkins, Silvia Foster-Frau|June 24, 2021|Washington Post
This is common “Black and White Snowbird” of the east, and is the same as above, but darker and does not have any white wing bars.Western Bird Guide|Chester A. (Chester Albert) Reed, Harry F. Harvey, and Rex I. Brasher
He had remembered the Snowbird, fretting its high spirit out within the closed paddock, and a daring notion had seized him.
Yet still there was no sign of the Snowbird along the horizon, nor any point discernible where an Indian encampment might be.
The Snowbird stood saddled for many days: yet it was only upon errands of hospitality and charity that he was needed.
One of its German names, Schneevogel (snowbird), was evidently given in this belief.British Birds in their Haunts|Rev. C. A. Johns