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- It is said that when swallows are flying high it is a sign of fine weather and when they are flying low it is a sign of bad weather.
When sea gulls are flying in over the land it is a sign of a storm.
When the curlew whistles at night it is a sign of bad weather.
When the ducks quack loudly and the hens begin to oil their feathers it is another sign of bad weather.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.