(verb) to make easier or less difficult.
(adj) a previously domesticated animal living in a non-native wild environment after escape or release.
(verb) the stage in a young bird's life when the feathers and wing muscles are sufficiently developed for flight. Birds are considered to have fledged once they take their first flight.
(noun) a young bird that has recently fledged but is still dependent upon parental care and feeding is called a fledgling.
(noun) a group of birds feeding, resting, or traveling together. Flocks can be either single or mixed species.
(adj) brilliantly colored and apparently giving off light.
(verb) the act of searching for food.
(noun) a small area of the retina that affords extremely good vision.