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- The most common birds around Balscadden are the blackbird, robin, thrush, sparrow, wren, yellowhammer, willy ragtail, lark, goldfinch, greenlinnet, bullfinch, seagull, crow, curley, jackdaw, martin, magpie, swan, owl, wild-geese, wild-duck, water-hen, tomtit. The blackbird builds her nest in the bushes of mud, hair and sticks. The robin builds her nest in a mossy bank of woll, hay and moss. The thrush builds her nest in a thorn hedge of mus, hay and hair. The sparrow builds her nest in the eaves of houses, of hay and wool. The wren builds her nest in an ivied thorn of moss and hair. The yellow-hammer builds her nest in an old ruined wall of sticks and hay. The willy-wagtail builds her nest in an ivied wall of leaves, hay and moss. The lark builds her nest in a meadow of grass and sticks. The green-linnet builds her nest in a elm tree of mud and moss. The bull-finch builds her nest in a thorn hedge of sticks, mud and hair. The sea-gull builds her nest along the sea banks of(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Eileen Finn