These little brown birds travel all the way from southern Europe to nest here in the UK and their distinctive call is another herald of spring.
What does LBB stand for?
LBB stands for Little Brown Bird (birders slang)
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We have 66 other meanings of LBB in our Acronym Attic
- Legislative Budget Board
- Lehman Brothers Bank (various locations)
- Lexington Bicentennial Band
- Liberty Bluegrass Band (band)
- Little Baby Boy
- Little Baby Bum (nursery rhyme videos)
- Little Black Bag
- Little Black Bike (Australia)
- Little Black Bikini
- Little Black Box
- Live Bottom Bin
- Location Based Billing
- Lombardi Bionator Bite (Masel Orthodontics)
- London Borough of Brent (UK)
- London Borough of Bromley
- Lubbock, TX, USA - Lubbock International Airport (Airport Code)
- Lake Bluff Baseball Association (Lake Bluff, Illinois)
- Lassiter Band Booster Association (Marietta, GA)
- Leisure Boat Builders Association
- Little Black Book Anagram
Samples in periodicals archive:
This sounds more like a classification of ogres than of little brown birds with short, perky tails, but it just means they like hunting for stuff in niches and crevices which, because they're insectivore, makes perfect sense.
3) Metamorphosized into a little brown bird in "Blues," Emmett Till, then, is metaphorically linked to Philomela-like young black girls who have been victimized, deprived of their voices and their lives.
Then I donned rubber gloves to clean cat sick caused, probably, from eating a little brown bird, feathers and all, the day before.
Normally, we spend all of our time ankle-deep in water, lashed by rain, cut in two by a bitter wind and peering through binoculars at a little brown bird half a mile away.
Once a little brown bird lived near the edge of a deep forest.
The little brown bird was sitting on the edge of the feeder pecking away at the food
Volunteers can help with observing and counting species, identifying what that little brown bird is that's confusing the visitors, or leading wildlife walks around a site.