Bustard: this bird, belonging to the genus Otis, is almost quite extinct in England, but is found generally distributed in Europe. One or two instances of its use occur.
Argent, a fesse between three bustards, gules--BUSTARD.
Azure, three bustards, rising argent--NEVILL.
Or, a chevron sable between three bustards vert--LANDON.
Argent, a chevron between three bustards gules--KITCHING, Hereford.
Argent, a cross engrailed azure, between four bustards respecting each other sable--SMALRIDGE, Bp. of Bristol, 1714-19.