The correct answer is feather covering.
A. nesting place
B. feather covering
D. fruit pulp
The correct answer is (B) feather covering; a bird's feathers; the entire feathery covering of a bird. Also, feathers collectively.
Plumage comes from French plume (feather).
Examples of use:
- The plumage of a peacock was visible just beyond the fence.
- She could just make out the plumage of a blue jay among the branches. duet.