White Bird

White Bird may refer to:

  • The White Bird, a French biplane which disappeared while attempting a transatlantic crossing in 1927
  • White Bird, Idaho, small city in the United States
  • White Bird (Native American leader) (d. 1892), Nez Perce leader
  • White Bird Hill Summit, a mountain grade and mountain pass on U.S. Highway 95 in North Central Idaho
  • Battle of White Bird Canyon, 1877 battle in Idaho
Music and entertainment
  • The Little White Bird, 1902 novel by J. M. Barrie, which contained the first appearance of the Peter Pan character
  • White Bird with Black Mark, 1970 Ukrainian film
  • "White Bird", 1969 song by the Incredible String Band, on their album Changing Horses
  • "White Bird", 1969 song by the San Francisco band It's a Beautiful Day, from the album It's a Beautiful Day
  • "White Bird", 1983 episode of the American television series Knight Rider, which used the version of the song from It's a Beautiful Day
Other uses
  • White Bird of Paradise, also known as Strelitzia nicolai, a South African flower
  • Church of the White Bird, Christian church in Rhodesia

Famous quotes containing the words white and/or bird:

    The Negro revolution is controlled by foxy white liberals, by the Government itself. But the Black Revolution is controlled only by God.
    Malcolm X (1925–1965)

    Nor bird nor beast
    Could make me wish for anything this day,
    Being old, but that the old alone might die,
    And that would be against God’s Providence.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)