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What does HETH stand for?
HETH stands for Hermit Thrush (bird species Catharus guttatus)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In A History of Modern Poetry, David Perkins describes Clampitt as "not a poet of penetrating single insights, but of lavish ongoingness," a characterization substantiated by the duplicitous turns executed in "A Hermit Thrush.
Sixteen species occurred earlier in Charleston but three of the four thrushes appeared first in Urbana (as did the Hermit Thrush in March).
There's a hermit thrush who's shown up (in Dearborn's back yard) four years in a row.
1 and one of a set of two pieces from later in her life that actually use transcribed bird song--A Hermit Thrush at Morn Opus 92, No.
A hermit thrush signaled approaching light, and the neighborhood came to life.
In New York, Coker (1931) reported that he observed and adult eastern hermit thrush feeding small Allegheny and red-backed salamanders to its young.