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- The most common wild birds in this district are, the thrush, blackbird, woodpecker, wren, corncrake, jay, curlew, and the latter migrate to warmer countries in wintertime. The snipe, woodcock, plover, partridge and pheasant are the game birds that inhabit this area.
The plover and wood cock and curlew are migratory birds. The blackbirds build their nests in some thick bush or hedge, the woodpecker has no nest but merely excavates a hollow in some partially decayed thrunk or branch of a tree. The wren's nest is found in bushes and the corncrake's is placed in a meadow.
The thrush's nest is made from mud and lined with(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.